Minimum second-class Honours degree or equivalent. Subjects can include Archaeology, Archaeological Science, Anthropology, Physics, Geophysics, Ancient History, Classics, Geology, Medicine, Geochemistry, Chemistry and Biology. Those with degrees in other subjects or with appropriate professional qualifications may be admitted initially to the PGDip course.
Months of entry
Detailed instruction in the method and theory of Archaeological Geophysics, especially Magnetometry and Resistivity. Prospection strategies. Nine taught modules plus dissertation (MSc) or project (diploma).
Fees and funding
Some NERC (Natural Environment Research Council) course studentships available.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- PG Admissions Secretary
- 01274 234706
- 01274 236155