University of Worcester
This course provides an opportunity to understand and interpret the rich archaeological landscapes of Britain; it equips students with the research skills necessary for their investigation; central to this course is a focus on modern techniques and approaches to the understanding of human societies, enabling students to learn a wide array of information and ideas and be trained in crucial investigative methods; students are instructed in the avenues available for regional as well as national studies, and introduced to a variety of research options.
This course is open to students with a prior degree in archaeology, or related field, as well as to current professional archaeological practitioners; this course is also open to students wishing to convert their original degree to a field archaeology specialism, and to interested members of the public with an appropriate 1st degree.
Modules include: views of the landscape (introduction to the ways of studying the archaeological landscape); measuring the landscape (the role of the sciences in the study of the archaeological landscape); research methods; field survey in action (archaeological survey field school); options: dissertation; work placement portfolio.
Knowledge, skills and attitudes are developed through a variety of learning strategies including keynote lectures, group work, seminar presentations, group discussions, tutor evaluation, case study analysis, and tutorial support.
|Qualification||Study mode||Fee||Course duration|
|MA||Part-time||£ 545 per Credit module (home fees)||1 years|
|Campus name||Town||Postcode||Region||Main campus||Campus||Partner|
|St John's Campus||Worcester||WR2 6AJ||West Midlands|