The curriculum of the Master's Degree in Classical Archaeology is divided into three semesters that can be taken in a year and a half, at the end of which students must submit and present their master's degree thesis.
The course is divided into subjects with the following content:
-Introduction to methodology and content that is of general use for the discipline.
-Professional-track content. Focusing on specific research areas in the field of classical archeology.
-Chronological periods or concepts in classical history and archeology.
There are three priority areas of specialisation:
-Archeology of architecture
-Archaeology of cultural material
Students will be providedwith basic, methodological, technological and advanced training. Students will also do work experience that familiarises them with fieldwork, archaeological management, research or museum management.
This master’s degree is designed for graduates in archaeology, history, art history or classical philology. Graduates in similar fields such as anthropology, architecture and geography may also apply for admission.