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Landscape Archaeology, GIS and Virtual Landscapes MA/MA by distance learning/PGDip/PGDip by distance learning University of Birmingham

Department name
Institute of Archaeology and Antiquity
Qualification, duration, mode
MA 12FT 24PT 12-24DL*PGDip 9FT 18PT 9-18DL
Months of entry
Entry requirements
MA: Undergraduate honours degree - minimum 2.1 class or equivalent (e.g. GPA 3.0). PGDip: Undergraduate honours degree - minimum 2.2 class or equivalent. Relevant professional and other experience will also be taken into account. Students who are registered for the PG Diploma can transfer to MA registration in June if they achieve an overall 60% mark for the taught modules.
Course description

This unique one-year programme at both MA and Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip) levels offers intensive teaching in the archaeology of world landscapes, geographical information science and computer visualisation, with hands-on training in the latest GIS, field survey and visualisation software and hardware.The course is delivered by in-house staff within Birmingham Archaeology, IAA academic staff and invited speakers who are specialists in their respective professional fields. There is a strong practical approach to learning throughout the programme.


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Contact name
Director of Postgraduate Programmes
Contact email
Contact phone
+44 (0)121 414 5497
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