Students are introduced to a diverse range of archaeological case studies and through reading, writing, classroom discussion, and practical laboratory and fieldwork exercises, are taught to think critically, read closely, and write effectively. A strong emphasis is placed on acquiring the technical skills required to undertake field research and laboratory analyses.
Whether you are pursuing a Major, a Minor, an Honours, or a Graduate degree, you will find a diverse range of courses taught by dynamic and engaging professors. Contact our program directors for information about the programs we offer, tuition and funding, admissions information and the application process.
Visit our graduate student pages to read more about the research our current students are pursuing. And, if you are wondering where a degree in Archaeology can take you in your career - find out what some of our former students have gone on to achieve.