Archaeology - Graduate Minor
The graduate minor in archaeology allows students in other programs to develop a specialization in archaeology. A minor in archaeology provides a useful concentration for students developing professional careers in cultural resource management, public lands management, environmental sciences, public history, geography, or teaching.
In order to complete the minor requirements, students are required to complete 9 credit hours (3 classes) of graduate level courses. The core courses for the minor are:
|Select 9 credits from the following:||9|
|Advanced Issues in the Archaeology of Religion||3|
|Advanced Archaeology of the American Southwest||3|
|Advanced Historical Archaeology||3|
|Archaeological Field School-Graduates||6|
|Cultural Resource Management||3|
|Advanced Curation Crisis in Archaeology||3|
|Cultural Resource Management II||3|
|Advanced Pottery Analysis in Archaeology||3|
|Lithic Technology Organization||3|
|Advanced Lab Methods in Archaeology||3|
Students should choose among these core offerings with the advice of their MA thesis chair and minor area committee member. The minor in archaeology is not available to graduate anthropology majors. Substitutions for special topics courses available by permission of Anthropology Department Head.