Archaeological Sciences Program By Department of Classics |Top Universities

Department of Classics

Piazzale Aldo Moro 5, Roma, IT, Rome, Italy
  • Degree Other
  • Study Level Bachelors
  • Study Mode On Campus
  • Course Intensity Full Time
  • Scholarships Yes
  • Start date Feb, Sep

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Our course’s denomination – which is part of the Cultural Heritage programme (L-1 BENI CULTURALI) - includes in itself a clear message about its core: Archaeology and Research. While opening its doors to inter-disciplinary activities linked to other areas of interest, this course’s main goal is to offer a deep knowledge of archaeological sciences.
Our offer guarantees:
  • Archaeological competences;
  •  Acquisition of basic methodologies linked to archaeological disciplines;
  • Good skills in classification;
  • Extensive skills in comprehending and interpreting archaeological materials;
  • Good expertise in critically analysing great cultural complexes;
  • Good skills in comprehending and analysing the development of cultural traditions.

At the very beginning, our course offers a sound basic knowledge which includes both historical and archaeological subject matters, and general disciplines.
Our professors’ extensive scientific knowledge guarantees the students great freedom in choosing the subjects they prefer, based on their interests and preferences.
After, the student can select more specific subjects that also include research and field and laboratory training. Our students can choose among a wide range of fieldwork experiences worldwide. Our teaching methodologies are both traditional and contemporary state of the art. 
Our offer includes two curricula: “Prehistoric, Classic and Medieval Archaeology” and “Oriental Archaeology” and guarantees our students both an introductory analysis and a detailed study of different geographical and chronological contexts.
The range of modules offered, vast and well-structured, aims at a methodological preparation that can help the student to become familiar with the archaeological, historical and artistic problems and the right methods to solve them. Therefore, the student will reach an extensive, comparative and diachronic point of view on civilisations and culture from prehistory to the Middle Ages.
During the whole academic experience, we offer several other learning activities (AAF – Altre Attività Formative) that allow a permanent practical application of the acquired skills (data collection on archaeological sites, surface prospecting, laboratory activities, traditional and innovative field surveys) and an additional way of testing them.

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