What is Archaeology?
Archaeology is the study of past human cultures and societies through the analysis of material remains. It is the interpretation of these artifacts that help us understand our past, allowing us to learn more about ourselves today.
As a student of Archaeology, you will learn various aspects of archaeological interpretation and have the opportunity to put them into practice in the field and in the laboratory. You will have the opportunity to combine the theoretical and methodological approaches of each discipline, to give you a balanced and in-depth look at the subject.
In addition to the core courses of the program, you will have the opportunity to expand your studies in areas such as: Anthropology, Languages, Human Geography, Physical Geography, Geology, GIS and Remote Sensing.
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