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Certificate Program

Interdisciplinary Undergraduate Certificate Program in Archaeological Sciences

Application Process:

To enroll in the Certificate Program, please contact the Center's faculty advisor, Dr. Jordan Pickett. You can add the certificate program in Athena at any time, ideally when you first decide to pursue the certificate. Once you have completed all of the required courses you can fill out an application form. Applications can also be acquired from the undergraduate advisor

Certificate Standards:

Place holder imageTo enroll in the CPAS a student must be making progress toward an undergraduate degree at the University of Georgia and have maintained a GPA of at least 3.0. Students will choose a program of study in consultation with the CPAS advisor and will be advised each semester to ensure timely progress through the program. To ensure that certificate recipients display a strong command of theories, methodologies, and applications in the archaeological sciences, the certificate is granted only to students who maintain a 3.0 GPA in the five required and elective courses taken to complete the certificate. Certificates are awarded only in conjunction with a baccalaureate degree conferred by the University of Georgia.

Student Association of Archaeological Sciences:

Students may find other students who share their interests in the archaeological science by joining the Student Association of Archaeological Sciences. More information is available about the association through their Facebook page.

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