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HIS101
Introduction to Archaeology
4.00
Undergraduate
Archaeology today has become a key discipline that helps understand past human activity. This course will introduce students to what archaeologists do and how this discipline evolved as central to the quest of understanding humanity’s and our planet’s past. The course will engage with a broad sweep of theories, methods, technologies and practices employed by archaeologists. Student learning will be interactive, through regular tutorial discussions and occasional field trips, besides peer interactions. Various forms of assessment will be used to evaluate student learning *This course is compulsory towards the completion of a Minor in History/Archaeology
ARC602
Pilot Study
4.00
Graduate
Course description not available.
ARC603
Seminar Course
4.00
Graduate
Course description not available.