University of York
A good Honours degree (upper 2nd or 1st Class) or an equivalent qualification from an overseas institution in archaeology, anthropology or a related field. Mature students or those with less conventional qualifications but with relevant experience in this field will be considered. If you're a non-native English speaking applicant you must provide evidence of your English language ability. You need to show enough fluency in all aspects of English (reading, writing, speaking and listening) to the required level of the course you're applying to.
Modules include: Becoming human (evolving minds and societies); hunting and gathering societies; research for dissertation and an assessed lecture on the dissertation topic. Students study 2 further 20-credit modules: Narrating our pasts; bone and bones; human evolutionary anatomy; primate ecology and evolution; the archaeology of human bones; concepts of landscape; mesolithic theory and interpretation; analysis and visualisation; ancient biomolecules; zooarchaeology in context. Students also choose 4 shorter 'skills' modules: Bone taphonomy; artefacts; working on the web; database design and implementation; geoarchaeology; zooarchaeology (exploring the assemblage); human bone practical skills 1; human bone practical skills 2.
|Qualification||Study mode||Start month||Fee||Course duration|
|MSc||Full-time||September 2016||-||1 years|
|MSc||Part-time||September 2016||-||2 years|
|PgCert||Part-time||September 2016||-||1 years|
|PgCert||Full-time||September 2016||-||1 years|
|PgDip||Full-time||September 2016||-||1 years|
|PgDip||Part-time||September 2016||-||2 years|
|Campus name||Town||Postcode||Region||Main campus||Campus||Partner|
|University of York||York||YO10 5DD||Yorkshire and the Humber|