Our BA in Ancient History and Classical Archaeology uniquely brings the two disciplines together and is based on our extensive experience in developing and teaching both archaeology and ancient history courses and our world-leading research.
This course will introduce you to key issues in the study of the past through textual and material remains, encouraging you to reflect on the contrasting and complementary images that these approaches create. You will be introduced to two ancient languages and develop your skills in textual analysis and interpretation of archaeological information.
We will provide you with an intellectually challenging and stimulating curriculum that draws on the full expertise of members of the School of Archaeology and Ancient History and our proven track record of delivering archaeology by distance learning. Our courses will enable you to gain the transferable skills necessary for successful career development or further academic study. As a result, our courses are highly valued by employers, who recognise the key transferable and subject-specific skills gained.
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The BA in Ancient History and Classical Archaeology is made up of three levels, with each level taking two years for part-time students to complete, or one year for full-time students. Each level consists of six modules, lasting 12 weeks each, with short breaks inbetween. Part-time students study each module in turn, whereas full-time students study two modules at a time.Level 1 (part-time years 1 and 2; full-time year 1)
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Previous academic study
If you have studied Archaeology at undergraduate level before, it may be possible for you to transfer the credits from your previous study in place of some or all of the modules relating to that particular level. For example, if you already hold a Certificate in Archaeology, you may be able to enter the courses at the Level 2/Diploma stage. In order for us to assess your eligibility to transfer credits, we will need to see a transcript of any credits you have achieved to date, showing the title of all modules and the marks/grades awarded.
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*total course fees for 2015/16 entry BADiploma (Home/EU/International): £11,680Certificate (Home/EU/International): £5,840
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