Committee:Suzanne M. Spencer-Wood (Anthropology), Susan E. Wood (Art History)
The concentration in archaeology prepares students for graduate study in archaeology. It is also helpful for students interested in an interdisciplinary approach to human cultural development viewed from historical, aesthetic and scientific perspectives. A minimum of 28 credits is required for this program:
Students are reminded that professional conservation work requires knowledge in botany and chemistry. Students wishing to enroll in the archaeology concentration should file a minor and concentration authorization form with the coordinator.