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Magister Thesis in Landscape/Environmental Archaeology

  • Number of credits 15 credits

About the course

The course includes independent written project work where the student acquires in-depth knowledge with a focus on either landscape or environmental archaeology (or an integrated landscape and environmental archaeology extended essay if agreed with the supervisor). The student is able to implement and evaluate applications of theory and method within the discipline/s. The course can be included in a magister's degree or a master's degree. The course is part of the Master's Program in Landscape Archeology / Environmental Archeology, but can also be read as a stand-alone course. 

The student must write a scientific essay on a landscape / environmental archeological problem and defend it at a seminar. Furthermore, s/he must actively participate in seminars where extended essays are evaluated and be an opponent at an essay seminar. 

The course is given in English.

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Contactpersons for the course are:
Malcolm Lillie, Programme director