The Department of Anthropology is excited to offer a new Integrative Curricular Microcredential in Archaeology. This microcredential provides students with a methodological and theoretical background in the sub-discipline of archaeology, capped off by a transformational and reflective field or laboratory experience. Students who qualify for the microcredential should contact the program coordinator, Dr. Pacheco (email@example.com), so that it can be placed on your permanent transcript.
Total Credits Required to Complete Microcredential in Archaeology: 9 credits
ANTH 110 Introduction to Archaeology 3 credits
Choose one Ancient Civilizations course:
ANTH 207 Ancient Civilizations of North America, or
ANTH 215 Ancient Civilizations of the Old World, or
ANTH 235 Ancient Civilizations of Mesoamerica and the Andes 3 credits
Choose one Transformational Learning course:
ANTH 320 Archaeology Field School, or
ANTH 383 Archaeological Method and Theory, or
ANTH 395* Internship in Anthropology, or
ANTH 399* Directed Study and Research 3 credits
* Directed study or internship experiences, such as lab projects or museum experiences, must be supervised or approved by archaeology faculty members or the chair of the department.