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Archaeology Palaeoenvironments - ARCYA13972

Plan Summary

 
Faculty: ARTSC - Faculty of Arts&Social Science
 
  
   
 
Program: 3972 - Advanced Science
 
 
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Bachelor of Science (Advanced) (Major)
 
  

Plan Outline

Archaeology and Palaeoenvironments focuses on the physical and cultural evolution of human cultures and the environments that they inhabited. This major provides you with the tools and knowledge to explore two unifying themes - evolution (physical and cultural) and the interaction between humans and their natural environment.

Plan Structure

A major in Archaeology and Palaeoenvironments is comprised of 84 units of credit of courses as follows:

Stage 1
Recommended electives (these courses are not required but are recommended as good complementary courses for this major):

Stage 2
Recommended electives (these courses are not required but are recommended as good complementary courses for this major):

Stage 3
Recommended elective (this course is not required but is recommended as a good complementary course for this major):

Honours

Students who have studied Archaeology and Palaeoenvironments and wish to continue on to Honours, may be interested in Honours in Earth Science, or Geography.

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