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The Archaeology MLitt gives you an opportunity to learn the latest research skills in archaeology. This research programme will prepare you for doctoral study and an academic career in archaeology, or to enter a profession requiring high-level skills in literacy, research and project management. Read more

Course Overview

The Archaeology MLitt gives you an opportunity to learn the latest research skills in archaeology. This research programme will prepare you for doctoral study and an academic career in archaeology, or to enter a profession requiring high-level skills in literacy, research and project management.

The Archaeology MLitt is based in the School of History, Classics and Archaeology and covers a wide range of specialisms. Research supervision is available in the following periods and regions: Later Prehistory (Mesolithic/Neolithic transition in north-west Europe, Neolithic and Early Bronze Age of Britain and north-west Europe, Copper and Bronze Age in Italy and the Mediterranean, Iron Age/Roman transition); Classical Archaeology (Roman Britain, Roman Europe and Mediterranean, Roman urbanism, Greek and Byzantine archaeology, The Roman/medieval transition);Medieval and Post-Medieval Archaeology (Early medieval Britain and Europe, Byzantine archaeology, Medieval and post-medieval landscapes, Church archaeology, historic buildings, Post-medieval archaeology, colonialism, slavery)

Thematic research is also strong at Newcastle and research supervision is available in the following areas of enquiry: Bodies and Identity (Personhood and identity, The archaeology of the body and mortuary archaeology, Art and identity); Landscapes (Landscape archaeology, Ritual landscapes, Historic Landscape Characterisation); Material Culture (Ancient technology and economy, Ancient metallurgy, Artefact analysis and material culture studies)

Inter-disciplinary research is supported, and research projects can be co-supervised by staff from other subject areas, such as history, ancient history, classics, or fine art.

Training and Skills

For detailed information about module, training and skills see http://www.ncl.ac.uk/postgraduate/courses/degrees/archaeology-mlitt/#training&skills

How to apply

For course application information see http://www.ncl.ac.uk/postgraduate/courses/degrees/archaeology-mlitt/#howtoapply

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This is a flexible course, allowing students to study and develop their continual professional development (CPD) while working. Read more

Summary

This is a flexible course, allowing students to study and develop their continual professional development (CPD) while working.

The CPD element to this course is delivered in lectures and seminars as well as practical workshops, enabling students to develop and enhance their practical knowledge and skills of conservation practice as well as building materials and conservation. These courses are also offered as part of the course at MA level.

The course structure includes the built environment but takes into account wider issues such as conservation areas, historic landscape characterisation, local identity, the rural environment, and collections management.

It also covers key skills such as the legislative background, presentation and advocacy, and financing conservation. All the courses are delivered over 2 days on a Friday and Saturday.

Modules

Core modules: Basic concepts in conservation; Key Skills in Conservation; Conservation of Historic Materials; Project Design and Management; Building Elements and the Historic Environment; Major Project (Dissertation).

Skills-based workshops: The Use of Lime in Historic Buildings; Stone Conservation; 20th Century Materials; Ceramic Building Materials; Ferrous and Non-ferrous Metals in Construction; Structural and Non-Structural Timber; An Introduction to Traditional Estates; Parks and Gardens; Building Recording; Historic Interiors.

Assessment

Written assignments, practical workshops and dissertation.

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The "Heritage Science" MSc develops professional skills required in a variety of careers in heritage science, building conservation and landscape characterisation. Read more
The "Heritage Science" MSc develops professional skills required in a variety of careers in heritage science, building conservation and landscape characterisation. To enable heritage practitioners to record, analyse and report on historic buildings, monuments and landscapes, foundation modules offer an intensive training programme in digital data capture, including heritage applications of GIS, GPS, Lidar, and spatial analyses and 3D visualization techniques. All modules are 'hands-on' and elective modules cover practical and scientific skills in evaluating natural and cultural heritage environments. Students also undertake an internship in collaboration with a conservation/heritage organization, or professional, and prepare a major report or dissertation.

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