The major in archaeology consists of 14 courses: eight in archaeological perspectives and methods (including three of Independent Study), plus six in one of the following areas of emphasis: anthropology, art, classical studies, history or geology.
The archaeological perspectives and methods courses are:
The six courses in a student’s chosen area of emphasis must meet one or more of these criteria:
A minimum of four courses in one category and two in a second is required. For a complete listing of the courses that can fulfill the area of emphasis requirement, see the Catalogue.
Majors who intend to engage in excavation as a significant component of their careers are encouraged to particiapate in an archaeological field school prior to the senior year. The College offers on occasion an archaeological field school as part of the Wooster Summer Session and encourages interested students to participate.With approval of the department chair, one or two course credits earned in the field school of another institution may be transferred and counted toward the major.
Areas of Study
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