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A total of eight courses are required for the Archaeology minor. The minor co-directors can advise students about which courses may fulfill the requirements for the minor. These courses are in many college departments and include courses conducted by visiting professors. Students are encouraged to consult with the minor co-directors, who are available to help students and instructors of supporting courses.

Minor Requirements

A total of forty-eight credits are required for the minor, including:

  • Core Courses (24 credits required) 

    • ARCN 246 Archaeological Methods (not offered 2019-20)
    • CLAS 122 The Archaeology of Mediterranean Prehistory (not offered 2019-20)

              or CLAS 123 Greek Archaeology and Art (not offered 2019-20)
              or CLAS 124 Roman Archaeology and Art

              or GEOL 258 Geomorphology of Soils

              (Note: there is a prerequisite of one 100-level geology courses to enroll
              in either of these courses)

  • Capstone Seminar (6 credits required):
    • ARCN 395 Archaeology: Science, Ethics, Nationalism and Cultural Property
  • Supporting Courses (18 credits required):

Supporting courses may be drawn from any of the core courses listed above (beyond the 24 credits required), or from selected other ARCN pertinent courses (listed below). In each course the student must (at a minimum) complete a project with an explicit focus on the interpretation of archaeological materials. In certain circumstances another course (one not listed as ARCN pertinent) may be substituted with the approval of the Archaeology Program co-directors, provided the requirement of completing an archaeological project of sufficient scale is also fulfilled. An archaeological field school or independent study may also count toward one of the required supporting courses with approval of the Program co-directors.

The co-directors of the minor can advise students about which courses may fulfill these requirements. These courses are in many College departments and include courses taught by visiting professors. Students are encouraged to consult with the Program co-directors, who are available to help students and instructors of supporting courses. The following courses with ARCN pertinent designations can be applied to the Minor. Note that 100-level Geology courses may, but do not always, count as supporting courses.

    • ARTH 101 Introduction to Art History I
    • CLAS 100 The Trojan Legend: Mythology, Archaeology, and Legacy
    • CLAS 122 The Archaeology of Mediterranean Prehistory: From the Beginning to the Classical Age (not offered in 2019-20)
    • CLAS 123 Greek Archaeology and Art (not offered in 2019-20)
    • CLAS 124 Roman Archaeology and Art
    • CLAS 127 Ancient Technology (not offered in 2019-20)
    • CLAS 135 Food and Drink in the Ancient World (not offered in 2019-20)
    • CLAS 145 Ancient Greek Religion (not offered in 2019-20)
    • CLAS 267 Political Landscapes: Archaeologies of Territory and Polity (not offered in 2019-20)
    • GEOL 110 Introduction to Geology & Lab
    • GEOL 115 Climate Change in Geology & Lab (not offered in 2019-20)
    • GEOL 120 Introduction to Environmental Geology & Lab (not offered in 2019-20)
    • GEOL 125 Introduction to Field Geology & Lab
    • GEOL 210 Geomorphology & Lab
    • GEOL 245 “When the Earth Shook…” Earthquakes in Human History & Lab
    • GEOL 258 Geology of Soils & Lab
    • HIST 246 The Material World of the Anglo-Saxons (not offered in 2019-20)
    • HIST 338 Digital History, Public Heritage & Deep Mapping (not offered in 2019-20)
    • SOAN 110 Introduction to Anthropology