Archaeology provides the link between the diverse cultures of the past and our culture today. It is the study of ancient human behaviour through documentation and analysis of the material remains left in the ground.
Archaeology students learn to
- deal with a diverse society.
- work in teams.
- work carefully and patiently.
- assimilate and communicate information.
- solve problems.
- make logical deductions.
- analyze scientific evidence.
- write reports.
- deal with disappointment.
- ANTH 277 - The Archaeology of Ancient Peoples
- ANTH 318 - Ancient Civilizations of the Americas
- ANTH 377 - Ancient Cultures of North America
- ANTH 476 - Archaeology: Principles in Practice
Student & Academic Services - Last Updated February 11, 2013
- Canadian Archaeological Association / Association Canadienne d'Archéologie
- Lessons From the Land – A Cultural Journey Through the Northwest Territories
- Archaeology Links (CAA)
- Ancient World News
- Parks Canada – Archaeology
- Egyptology Resources