BSc in Applied Archaeology
If you have an interest in how people lived in the past, enjoy working outdoors and would like to work in a challenging and rewarding field, this is the ideal course for you.
This course covers in detail the past 10,000 years of human activity in Ireland, ranging from the nomadic hunter-gatherers of the Mesolithic Era through to the industrial archaeology of the 18th and 19th centuries within a wider European context.
It includes a strong practical element and, given the sites of archaeological interest in the West of Ireland, Sligo is an ideal location for this course. It is exciting and innovative and offers outdoor fieldwork with sound classroom and laboratory-based study.
|Environmental Science||SG438||Ordinary Bachelor Degree Abinitio|
A science subject at Leaving Certificate is not a requirement for this course.
What are my further study opportunities?
Suitably qualified graduates may progress on to the final year of the Level 8 Honours Degree in Applied Archaeology.
What subjects will I study?
|INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 1||05|
|ARCHAEOLOGY OF IRELAND||05|
|INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY 1||05|
|LEARNING TO LEARN||05|
|MESOLITHIC IRELAND AND EUROPE||05|
|INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY 2||05|
|Diversity of Life||05|
|EARLY MEDIEVAL AND VIKING IRELAND||05|
|ARCHAEOLOGICAL SCIENTIFIC ANALYSIS||05|
|HIGH AND LATE MEDIEVAL IRELAND||05|
|NEOLITHIC IRELAND AND EUROPE||05|
|STATISTICS FOR ARCHAEOLOGY||05|
|BRONZE AGE IRELAND AND EUROPE||05|
|FORENSIC ARCHAEOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY||05|
|GEOPHYSICAL SURVEYING AND PROCESSING (THEORY)||05|
|GEOPHYSICAL SURVEYING AND PROCESSING PRACTICAL||05|
|Introduction to Geographic Information Systems for Archaeologists||05|
|ARCHAEOLOGICAL MATERIALS AND ARTEFACTS||05|
|POST EXCAVATION ANALYSIS||05|
|INTRODUCTION TO ARCHAEOLOGICAL THEORY||05|
Who do I contact?
Contact Number: 071-9318510