A degree in archaeology or a related subject entailing experience in historical, material culture and/or visual culture (e.g. anthropology, cultural studies, art history and theory, history, classics, oriental studies), with 2.1 honours or higher for UK degrees, or international equivalent.
Months of entry
The MA in Bioarchaeology can be studied on a full-time and part-time basis. Through sets of specialist modules, skills-oriented classes and workshops, and dissertation research it provides the opportunity to advance your skills and knowledge in archaeology with a view to progressing to doctoral level research, or to pick up vital transferable skills ready for working in commercial archaeology or in the wider employment market.
A unique feature of our MA is the provision of specialist strands within which you will study, allowing you to gain breadth and depth in your understanding of particular periods, areas and topics. The current strands are:
- Egypt/Ancient India/Near East (EAINE)
- The Classical World
- Medieval and Post Medieval Archaeology
By the end of this course, you will have had a chance to engage in advanced collection, management and analysis of archaeological data and materials; to develop a sound understanding of current archaeological approaches, concepts and practice; and to acquire specialist skills and knowledge related to their strand from our team of leading experts.
Qualification and course duration
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