Archaeology Extended Major
Part of the Bachelors of Economics/Arts program
Commencing semesters, 2017
School of Social Science
Why study Archaeology?
Archaeology is the scientific study of our human past and archaeologists search out and excavate ancient sites and examine artefacts to gain clues about how various peoples and cultures developed and changed through the ages. Archaeologists at UQ undertake research of international importance and their varied interests take them into the field in Australasia, the Pacific (Hawaii, Easter Island), the Mediterranean and Near East (Pompeii, Turkey), the Maya region of Central America, India and France. Students in this major can study topics, such as: the Archaeology of Australasia, Archaeology of the Pacific Islands, the Archaeology of Turkey or Egyptian Archaeology: Past, present and future
View the course list for courses that can be studied as part of the Archaeology extended major.
What it costs
Please view the Bachelors of Economics/Arts for indicative fees.
How to apply
Please view the Bachelors of Economics/Arts for information on key dates and how to apply.