Field Methods in Archaeology provides students with instruction and practical experience in basic methods and techniques of archaeological fieldwork, including mapping, excavation, recording, processing of artifacts, analysis and reporting. This is a field methods class requiring students to live and work together as a group while they learn field methods and contribute to the success of an archaeological research project. This is a 6 credit course.
Please note the field school runs on alternate years. The next offering will be in spring 2017.
Prerequisites: ENGL 12 or equivalent with a grade of "C" or better, ANTH 100, ANTH 101 and ANTH 110. Students are required to participate in an application and interview process prior to being considered for admission to the field school. Additional reading may be required prior to the field school.
Corequisites: ANTH 210 - Introduction to Archaeology