Archaeological Technician Undergraduate Academic Certificate
A minimum overall 3.00 GPA and a grade of ‘B’ or higher is required in all coursework for this academic certificate.
|Field School Requirement: 1||3-6|
|Anthropological Field Methods 1|
|Archaeological Ethics Requirement:||3|
|Archaeological History, Ethics, and Theory|
|Select 6 credits of electives from the following:||6|
|Food, Culture, and Society|
|Popular Culture and Consumerism|
|Historical Artifact Analysis|
|Applied Cultural Resource Management|
|Stranger than Fiction: Pseudoarchaeology and Myths of the Past|
|Anthropology of Modern War and Conflict|
|Foundations of GIS|
and Physical Geology Lab
|Alexander the Great and the Hellenistic World|
|The Roman Republic|
|The Roman Empire|
|Idaho and the Pacific Northwest|
|History of the American West|
Courses to total 12 credits for this certificate
Three credits required. Although students can fulfill their field school requirement through the University of Idaho, it can also be fulfilled by attending a field school from a fellow institution.
- Students will demonstrate field experience.
- Students will demonstrate the ability to identify and analyze particular classes of material culture and understand basic laboratory procedures and processes.
- Students will apply learned knowledge through presentation of scholarship and participation in a professional meeting. Students will be expected to share the results of their field and/or laboratory work through research presentation.