The Center for Archaeology is an interdepartmental center that does not have its own individual course listings or degree program. The links here provide information about the undergraduate program in archaeology and the graduate programs in which students conduct archaeological research.
Undergraduate major and concentration in archaeology
Recommended Undergraduate archaeology courses for Spring 2009 (click here)
We have different programs of study to suit a variety of interests. All options share the same introductory requirements, but allow you to develop your studies in a range of different direction.
This option allows you to take courses from across the University,
including classes in Anthropology; Architecture, Art History &
Archaeology, Classics, Earth & Environmental Sciences, EALAC,
Ecology, Evolution & Environmental Biology (E3B), History, and
If you have a
particular interest in Anthropology, then the Archaeological
Anthropology Major may be for you. This option allows you to take more
classes within Anthropology, and to develop a strong regional and
in Archaeology, but don't want to commit to a Major? A Concentration in
Archaeology is a great complement to a range of disciplines, such as
History, E3B, Classics, and Women's & Gender Studies. It also
allows you to continue to take classes from across the disciplines.
Art History and Archaeology
Earth & Environmental Sciences
East Asian Languages and Cultures
Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Biology
Middle Eastern and Asian Languages and Cultures
Graduate courses in archaeology (click here)