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Below are a selection of courses that we are running, based on the subject of the course you were looking for:
- Developing Participation in Community Archaeology: why, how and who
Community archaeology is evolving beyond more traditional approaches. This course will provide information and ideas to help archaeologists design, launch and sustain community archaeology projects that involve diverse communities.
- Undergraduate Advanced Diploma in British Archaeology
The Advanced Diploma in British Archaeology is an undergraduate one-year part-time course offering progression from the Diploma in Archaeology or other similar assessed course.
- Archaeology in Practice (Online)
How do archaeologists recognise and interpret the lives of past peoples and their societies? An introduction to the methods and techniques of archaeological enquiry, from initial site survey and excavation to scientific analysis.
- MSc in Applied Landscape Archaeology
This two year part-time MSc course is concerned with understanding human impacts on past landscapes through the theory and methods of landscape archaeology. the course is intended for those with a degree or diploma in archaeology or a related subject.
- Conserving and Enhancing Historic Designed Landscapes
This course looks at impacts of developments on the significance of historic designed landscapes – both registered sites and sites of local significance - and how to define substantial harm to sites and their settings and views.
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