To be admitted to a Master's-level program in archaeology, students must have completed an undergraduate degree in archaeology or related discipline (such as anthropology, paleontology, history, etc) with at least a B+ average. Previous work experience in an archaeology environment is considered an asset.
To be admitted to a PhD program in archaeology, students must have completed a Master's-level degree in archaeology. Some schools will allow direct transfer from an undergraduate degree to a PhD, provided the student has a sufficiently high average (A-) and an aptitude for research.
For all graduate programs, the student must have a prospective supervisor chosen prior to final admission.
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