Archaeology and Geography degree at the University of Nottingham includes 10 days of archaeological fieldwork. You will participate in an approved excavation project, or a related placement, in the UK or overseas. Your technical training will include cartography, statistical techniques and computing.
As a joint honours student, you will benefit from skills development and assessment methods from both subjects. Mostly, each subject is taught separately, but you will find uniting themes.
As a graduate, you will have an advanced understanding of a range of analytical techniques and approaches. This will provide you with an excellent foundation for further specialist training or a career.
This course fosters many vital skills. Researching and communicating your work involves a high degree of creativity and accuracy. Working with large amounts of data, you will develop written, oral and visual presentation skills. The collaborative nature of both disciplines will prove your teamworking abilities. Your degree will show your potential employers that you are an intelligent and hard-working individual. The interdisciplinary nature will demonstrate you can adapt to any form of specific career training.
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You can choose to do this programme part-time or full-time.Full-time
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