Graduate Certificate Experimental Archaeology and Material Culture - online
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Graduate Certificate (by Distance Learning) in Experimental Archaeology and Material Culture
This programme is now accepting applications for the 2024/25 academic year.
The Graduate Certificate in Experimental Archaeology and Material Culture at the UCD School of Archaeology is a Distance Learning programme that exploits and builds upon the growing international reputation of UCD’s Centre for Experimental Archaeology and Material Culture where the focus is on experimental archaeology research, teaching and public outreach activities. Experimental archaeology can be defined as the reconstruction of past buildings, technologies, things and environmental contexts, based on archaeological evidence, and their use, experience, investigation and recording so as to enable a better understanding of people’s lives in the past, in the present.
UCD School of Archaeology’s Graduate Certificate in Experimental Archaeology and Material Culture (Online/Distance Learning) will build on the strengths of the existing taught programmes in our Undergraduate, MSc and Graduate Diploma courses in experimental archaeology and material culture, and the international reputation of UCD School of Archaeology’s Centre for Experimental Archaeology and Material Culture (CEAMC).
The Graduate Certificate in Experimental Archaeology and Material Culture (Distance Learning) is a part-time, online, distance learning course designed to equip students with current thinking and professional understanding of experimental archaeological investigations of past societies.
The programme will provide you with the knowledge base, skills and confidence to further develop your career in this field, and to build potential for further graduate studies, research and teaching.
To apply, please click here Apply
Online registration for 2024/2025 opens in October 2023
Closing Date for 2024-2025 applications: close of business, Friday, 31st May 2024
Programme coordinator: Dr Barry Molloy
Phone: 00353(0)1-716 8529