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Degree Programme Table: Mediterranean Archaeology (MSc) (Part-time) (PTMSCMEDAR1P)

Year 1, Academic year 2012/13, Starting month: September

  • Notes: Courses will run in either Semester 1 OR Semester 2, subject to staffing availability. The range of option courses available may vary. Students complete six courses and the MSc Dissertation over the duration of the degree.



  • COMPULSORY COURSES
    This DPT has 0 compulsory course(s).


    Code  Course Name  Period  Credits 




    COURSE OPTIONS
    This DPT has 3 set(s) of course options with the following rules.


    Overarching rule collection group: A  
    Select a minimum of 0 credits and a maximum of 120 credits from these collections:  

    Select a minimum of 0 credits and maximum of 20 credits from the following list of courses, as available
    Code   Course Name   Credits
    PGHC11079    Research Sources and Strategies in Archaeology   20  

    Notes:This core course MUST be taken in either Year 1 or Year 2.

     
    AND   

    Select a minimum of 0 credits and maximum of 100 credits from the following list of courses, as available
    Code   Course Name   Credits
    PGHC11061    Archaeology of Gender   20  
    PGHC11239    Bronze Age Civilisations of the Near East and Greece   20  
    CACA10004    Death and Burial in Republican and Imperial Rome   20  
    PGHC11059    Etruscan Italy, 1000 - 300 BC   20  
    PGHC11243    From Foraging to Farming: the Beginnings of Agriculture in the Mediterranean and Europe   20  
    PGHC11066    Gallia from the Third Century BC to Augustus   20  
    PGHC11172    Classics: Greek Vase Painting   20  
    ARCA11020    The Hittites: The Archaeology of an Ancient Near Eastern Civilisation   20  
    PGHC11080    Human Evolution   20  
    PGHC11068    The Iron Age of Western Temperate Europe until the Third Century BC   20  
    ARCA11018    Island Worlds: prehistoric societies in the western Mediterranean from Malta to Minorca   20  
    PGHC11146    Roman Archaeology   20  
    PGHC11138    Roman Funerary Art   20  
    PGHC11143    Roman Imperial Monuments   20  
    CACA10005    Roman Propaganda: The Archaeological and Artistic Evidence   20  
    PGHC11173    Classics: The Topography and Monuments of Athens and Attika   20  
    PGHC11333    Constantinople, the creation of 'the city of a world's desire' (330-565)   20  
    PGHC11001    Frontiers in Archaeology: Research Seminars   20  

    Notes:1. Depending on their first degree, students may be recommended to take Theoretical Perspectives in Archaeology Part 1 and/or Part 2.
    2. Candidates must take a total of 100 credits of option courses over the four semesters of their part time degree. Normally, credits will be taken equally in each academic year, but this can be varied with the explicit agreement of the Programme Director.

     
    AND   

    Select a minimum of 0 credits and maximum of 40 credits from the following list of courses, as available
    Code   Course Name   Credits
    PGHC11242    Animal and Human Remains in Archaeology   20  
    PGHC11060    Archaeological Illustration   20  
    PGHC11241    Isotopes and Archaeology   20  

    Notes:1. Candidates must take a total of 100 credits of option courses over the four semesters of their part time degree. Normally, credits will be taken equally in each academic year, but this can be varied with the explicit agreement of the Programme Director.

     



    Year 2, Academic year 2012/13, Starting month: September

  • Notes: Courses will run in either Semester 1 OR Semester 2, subject to staffing availability. The range of option courses available may vary. Students complete six courses and the MSc Dissertation over the duration of the degree.



  • COMPULSORY COURSES
    This DPT has 0 compulsory course(s).


    Code  Course Name  Period  Credits 




    COURSE OPTIONS
    This DPT has 4 set(s) of course options with the following rules.


    Overarching rule collection group: A  
    Select a minimum of 60 credits and a maximum of 180 credits from these collections:  

    Select exactly 60 credits from the following list of courses, during Full Year
    Code   Course Name   Credits
    PGHC11083    Archaeology Dissertation   60  
    PGHC11100    MSc Dissertation in Classics   60  

    Notes:You MUST select one of these two dissertations to take in your second year of study.
     
    AND   

    Select a minimum of 0 credits and maximum of 20 credits from the following list of courses, as available
    Code   Course Name   Credits
    PGHC11079    Research Sources and Strategies in Archaeology   20  

    Notes:This core course MUST be taken in either Year 1 or Year 2.

     
    AND   

    Select a minimum of 0 credits and maximum of 100 credits from the following list of courses, as available
    Code   Course Name   Credits
    PGHC11061    Archaeology of Gender   20  
    PGHC11239    Bronze Age Civilisations of the Near East and Greece   20  
    CACA10004    Death and Burial in Republican and Imperial Rome   20  
    PGHC11059    Etruscan Italy, 1000 - 300 BC   20  
    PGHC11243    From Foraging to Farming: the Beginnings of Agriculture in the Mediterranean and Europe   20  
    PGHC11066    Gallia from the Third Century BC to Augustus   20  
    PGHC11172    Classics: Greek Vase Painting   20  
    ARCA11020    The Hittites: The Archaeology of an Ancient Near Eastern Civilisation   20  
    PGHC11080    Human Evolution   20  
    PGHC11068    The Iron Age of Western Temperate Europe until the Third Century BC   20  
    ARCA11018    Island Worlds: prehistoric societies in the western Mediterranean from Malta to Minorca   20  
    PGHC11146    Roman Archaeology   20  
    PGHC11138    Roman Funerary Art   20  
    PGHC11143    Roman Imperial Monuments   20  
    CACA10005    Roman Propaganda: The Archaeological and Artistic Evidence   20  
    PGHC11173    Classics: The Topography and Monuments of Athens and Attika   20  
    PGHC11333    Constantinople, the creation of 'the city of a world's desire' (330-565)   20  
    PGHC11001    Frontiers in Archaeology: Research Seminars   20  

    Notes:1. Depending on their first degree, students may be recommended to take Theoretical Perspectives in Archaeology Part 1 and/or Part 2.
    2. Candidates must take a total of 100 credits of option courses over the four semesters of their part time degree. Normally, credits will be taken equally in each academic year, but this can be varied with the explicit agreement of the Programme Director.

     
    AND   

    Select a minimum of 0 credits and maximum of 40 credits from the following list of courses, as available
    Code   Course Name   Credits
    PGHC11242    Animal and Human Remains in Archaeology   20  
    PGHC11060    Archaeological Illustration   20  
    PGHC11241    Isotopes and Archaeology   20  

    Notes:1. Candidates must take a total of 100 credits of option courses over the four semesters of their part time degree. Normally, credits will be taken equally in each academic year, but this can be varied with the explicit agreement of the Programme Director.
     



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