Archaeology technology encompasses both archaeology and a number of sciences and technologies that are used in:
excavation and analysis of materials that are discovered,
analysis, curation, and storage of those materials,
reconstruction of past environments, and
publication of the results of excavation.
In order to achieve an Associate of Science degree in Archaeology Technology, students must successfully complete core courses with a “C-” or better to meet program requirements. Students planning to transfer to a four-year college should consult with their advisor and the appropriate four-year college catalog.
Total General Education Requirements: 26-28 Credits
Core and Elective courses taken as part of completion of a degree program may also be used to meet General Education requirements where applicable. Please note that use of these courses to meet General Education requirements may reduce the number of hours required to complete a degree, however that number cannot be reduced below the institutional minimum of 60 credits.