Archaeological Science Single Major
Part of the Bachelors of Economics/Science program
Commencing semesters, 2017
School of Social Science
Why study Archaeological Science?
While commonly considered a humanities discipline, archaeology is increasingly empowered by scientific approaches and ways of thinking which have revolutionised research into globally significant issues such as human evolution and dispersal, the development of civilisation and human-environment relationships. You will study geography, earth science, biology, psychology in combination with core archaeology courses to develop your skills in scientific reasoning and provide you with strong multidisciplinary knowledge as the foundation for a career in this exciting field. UQ has the largest dedicated number of archaeological science teaching and research staff and is a recognised leader in this discipline in Australia.
More information about the Archaeological Science Major.
What you can study
Archaeological Science is also available as an extended major.
View the course list for courses that can be studied as part of the Archaeological Science single major.
With your with highly developed skills in written communication, problem-solving, critical thinking, scientific knowledge and interpersonal understanding, you will undertake research and consulting roles in a diversity of organisations including:
- cultural bodies;
- government departments;
- educational and research institutions; and
- in industries where environmental protection and management are key considerations.
What it costs
Please view the Bachelors of Economics/Science for indicative fees.
How to apply
Please view the Bachelors of Economics/Science for information on key dates and how to apply.