Module List for 2018-19

Information relates to 2018-19 academic year: The content of our courses is reviewed annually to make sure it's up-to-date and relevant. Individual modules are occasionally updated or withdrawn. This is in response to discoveries through our world-leading research; funding changes; professional accreditation requirements; student or employer feedback; outcomes of reviews; and variations in staff or student numbers. In the event of any change we'll consult and inform students in good time and take reasonable steps to minimise disruption.

This is a full list of our PGT modules. For information on which modules you can take on which programme, please consult the programme pages.

Title

Credits

AUTUMN SEMESTER (September-January)

GREEKS, ROMANS AND ‘OTHERS’ IN THE ANCIENT WORLD 15
CURRENT ISSUES IN AEGEAN PREHISTORY 15
GIS FOR ARCHAEOLOGISTS 15
EVOLUTIONARY ANATOMY 15
HERITAGE, HISTORY AND IDENTITY 15
ETHNICITY AND IDENTITY IN THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES 15
FUNERARY ARCHAEOLOGY 15
LANDSCAPES IN ARCHAEOLOGY: METHODS & PERSPECTIVES 15
REINVENTING ARCHAEOLOGY 15
SOCIETY AND CULTURE IN THE LATER MIDDLE AGES 15
RECONSTRUCTING ANCIENT TECHNOLOGIES: CERAMICS 15
ARCHAEOBOTANY 15
ARCHAEOZOOLOGY 15
BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 1 15
HUMAN ANATOMY 15
HUMAN OSTEOLOGY 15
RECONSTRUCTING ANCIENT TECHNOLOGIES: METALS 15
INVESTIGATING ANCIENT ENVIRONMENTS 15
THE HISTORY OF THE HUMAN-ANIMAL RELATIONSHIP 15
DYNAMIC LANDSCAPES: INVESTIGATING ANCIENT ENVIRONMENTS 15
MINERALOGY AND PETROGRAPHY OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL CERAMICS 15

ROMAN ITALY AND ITS HINTERLAND

15

SPRING SEMESTER (February-June)

MEDITERRANEAN LANDSCAPES 15
HERITAGE, MUSEUM & FIELD: ARCHAEOLOGY IN PRACTICE 15
RETHINKING THE ANICENT ECONOMY 15
OSTEOARCHAEOLOGICAL ASSEMBLAGE ANALYSIS 15
HUMAN EVOLUTION: THEORY AND PRACTICE IN RESEARCH 15
APPLIED ARCHAEOLOGICAL SCIENCE 15
ADVANCED ZOOARCHAEOLOGY 15
THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF CYPRUS 15
LANDSCAPE SURVEY PROJECT* 30
QUANTITATIVE METHODS IN ANTHROPOLOGY AND ARCHAEOLOGY 15
ADVANCED ARCHAEOBOTANY 15
HERITAGE, PLACE AND COMMUNITY 15
RESEARCH DESIGN: PLANNING, EXECUTION AND PRESENTATION 15
MATERIALISING CULTURE: AGENTS, THINGS AND SOCIAL PROCESSES 15
BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY II 15
EXPERIMENTAL ARCHAEOLOGY 15
LATER NEOLITHIC AND BRONZE AGE BRITAIN & IRELAND 15

RECONSTRUCTING ANCIENT TECHNOLOGIES: VITREOUS MATERIALS*

DIGITAL CULTURAL HERITAGE: FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE

15

15

SUMMER (June-September)

DISSERTATION* 60
DISSERTATION IN CULTURAL HERITAGE MANAGEMENT* 45
WORK PLACEMENT* 60
DISSERTATION (JOURNAL PAPER STYLE)* 60

*Indicates these modules are exempt from the expectation set out in General Regulation relating to intellectual property which states

A student undertaking undergraduate and taught postgraduate programmes of study shall be the owner of the Student Intellectual Property created by that student

Dissertation Modules

While the majority of dissertation projects do not involve any additional cost to the student, you may incur some expenses if you choose a topic that is not resourced by the department.

Fieldwork or Work Placement Modules

Depending on a student's choice of placement, this may involve additional travel or other costs.