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BA Archaeology and Geography

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  • Objectives
    his dual-honours degree will encourage you to explore the complex and varied ways that human beings have organised the spaces, architecture and landscapes in which they have lived. This degree combines two disciplines that support and complement each other very well. It combines Archaeology and Human Geography to allow students to investigate the network of inter-connected relationships that make up social life across time and space.
  • Entry requirements
    -GCE/VCE A Levels - BBB -BTEC National Diploma - 3 Distinctions and 3 Merits -Two GCE A Levels plus two GCE AS Levels - BB+AB -Scottish Highers - AABB -Irish Leaving Cert. - ABBBB -International Baccalaureate - 32 points -Core Requirements - Grade B in GCE A Level Geography or a relevant social science (eg. Sociology, Politics, Economics).
  • Academic Title
    Archaeology and Geography BA
  • Course description
    This is a list of modules that have been offered in the past. We expect similar modules to be offered for courses starting in 2009.

    Typical First Year Modules

    -Archaeology in the Field    
    -World Civilisations
    -Information and Communication Skills for Geographers
    -Introducing Social and Cultural Geographies
    -Qualitative Methods in Human Geography
    -Region, Nation and World    
    -Statistical Data Analysis in Geography    

    Typical Second Year Modules

    -Thinking through Archaeology    
    -Philosophical Issues in Human Geography    
    -Archaeology and Text    
    -Archaology of the Graeco-Roman World
    -Early Historic Europe    
    -Early Prehistoric Europe    
    -From Households to Empires    
    -Later Historic Europe
    -Later Prehistoric Europe    
    -Reconstructing Ancient Environments    
    -Reconstructing Ancient Landscapes    
    -Cities and Modernities    
    -Cultural Geographies    
    -Environment, Society and Policy    
    -Geographies of Development    
    -Geographies of Governance    
    -Geographies of Social Identities and Difference    
    -Globalisation and State Power
    -Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
    -Philosophical Issues in Human Geography    
    -Research Design in Human Geography    
    -Researching Human Geographies    
    -Social Geographies of Life Chances    
    -Socio-Spatial Analysis    

    Typical Third Year Modules

    -Dissertation (BA Archaeology and Geography)    
    -Archaeology and Texts in the Age of Homer    
    -Dark Age Britain    
    -Development Geographies Field Class    
    -Development and Global Change    
    -Ethnohistory and Anthropology of Modern Hunter Gatherers    
    -Funerary Archaeology    
    -GIS and the Social Sciences    
    -Geographical Impact of The European Union    
    -Geographies of Health    
    -Geography of Elections    
    -Geography of Europe Field Class    
    -Mediterranean Landscapes    
    -Rome: Capital, Hinterland and Periphery    
    -Social Geography of Europe    
    -Swords and Sorcery: Northern Europe 1000 BC-AD 500    
    -Urban Field Class    
    -Work Place Learning    

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