Months of entry
Why were some people buried with gifts when others were not? How can GIS help us understand patterns of land use in the hinterland of Rome?
In this programme, you will learn to find the answer to these and other puzzles of Classical and Mediterranean Archaeology. The programme is part of the Archaeology Master programme and builds on the knowledge and skills obtained in a BA programme of Archaeology.
Within the programme three different tracks are available. These tracks have their specific core modules, but also share courses with the other tracks within our MA programme.
The tracks are:
* Classical and Mediterranean Archaeology, with core modules The Rise of Cities and States, Mediterranean Landscape Archaeology and the Archaeology of Death.
* Bioarchaeology, with a core module of the same name.
* Maritime Archaeology with a core module of the same name.
The first semester comprises one compulsory module, Archaeology Today, and two optional modules (The Rise of Cities and States, and Mediterranean Landscape Archaeology). In the second semester you can follow two optional modules (Archaeology of Death, Advanced GIS course), or do an internship. The final stage of the MA programme is a thesis.
Fees and funding
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Marloes Bergmans