ANTH 2291 – Field Course in Archaeological Techniques II
(6 credits – TG) 6 weeks Field Work
This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the practical application of modern field techniques in archaeology, including excavation and recording and analysis of sites, artifacts, and related material. This course will require travel to an international designated archaeological site, usually during the summer.
Prerequisite: Anthropology 1104 and consent of the department.
Note: Anthropology 2253 and 2290 cannot be used as partial credit for Anthropology 2291. Students will be responsible for paying all costs, including travel, associated with the field school experience.