Dissertation project in Archaeology OR Anthropology.
The only compulsory module in the fourth year is the Dissertation which many students find the most rewarding part of their degree. It gives you the chance to carry out independent research in an area of most interest to you. You will also choose optional modules which may include a work placement.
Examples of level 3 Archaeology modules can be found at:
Examples of level 3 Anthropology modules can be found at:
|ARC3000||Archaeological Dissertation OR||30|
You would take at least 30 credits of Archaeology optional modules and at least 30 credits of Anthropology optional module.
ARC3000 Archaeology dissertation (30) plus 30 credits of Level 3 Archaeology modules AND 60 credits of Level 3 Anthropology modules.
ANT3040 Anthropology dissertation (30) plus 30 credits of Level 3 Anthropology modules AND 60 credits of Level 3 Archaeology modules.
Up to 30 Level 3 credits can be replaced by modules from another discipline.
|ARC3008||Archaeology of Empire: Egypt and Kush 1600-700BC||15|
|ARC3117||The Archaeology of the Indian Subcontinent||15|
|ARC3119||Art of the Metal Smith: Cultural Archaeologies of Technical Achievement||15|
|ARC3120||Things and Us: Ancient and Contemporary Material Culture||15|
|ARC3121||Brooches, Beads, Swords and Shields: Early Medieval Material Culture||15|
|ARC3129||Archaeology of Empire 1: Egypt in the New Kingdom (Late Bronze Age) 1600-1050BC||15|
|ARC3131||Palaeolithic Archaeology of Homo Sapiens 100,000-12,000 BP||15|
|ARC3132||Digital Approaches to Archaeological Data||15|
|ARC3406||Medieval Castles in Context||15|
|ARC3510||Experimental Approaches to Forensic and Archaeological Investigations||15|