The Field of Archaeology consists of all courses labelled Archaeology (ARKY).
- For students pursuing the Physical Anthropology concentration, Anthropology 311, 413 and 552 are included within the Field of Archaeology.
- Archaeology-related courses offered by other departments may, with the permission of the Archaeology Department, be accepted for credit towards the Major in an Archaeology program. In some instances the Department will permit credit by special assessment.
Natural Science Courses for the BSc Archaeology
As part of their programs, archaeology students normally take a mix of courses with a social-sciences emphasis and a natural-sciences emphasis. Bachelor of Science degrees in Archaeology put a greater focus on the natural sciences and require students to choose their Archaeology and option courses to include at least 8.0 full-course equivalents from the following:
Archaeology Courses with a Natural-Science Emphasis
Archaeology 201, 203, 306, 413, 415, 417, 437, 453, 471, 506, 515, 533, 555, 589, 595, 596.
Supporting Courses in Natural Science
Anthropology 311, 413 and 552.
Geography 211, 305, 307, 313, 333, 357, 403, 411, 413, 415, 417, 433, 457, 503, 507, 509, 516, 519, 531, 533, 537, 539, 567, 599.
All courses offered by the Faculty of Science
- The Department may determine that Archaeology 599 can be used as a Natural Sciences course, depending on the topic.
- Bachelor of Arts degrees in Archaeology have a social sciences emphasis and require students to choose their Archaeology and option courses to include fewer than 8.0 full-course equivalents from the courses listed above.