Canada Archaeology University Programs
Browse through the list of Canadian Archaeology bachelor, masters, and doctorate courses, programs and degrees offered by universities in Canada.
What is Archaeology?
Archaeology is the study of past human culture and behavior. It studies past human behavior through the examination of material remains of previous human societies, including the fossils of humans, food remains, buildings, and human artifacts such as tools, pottery, and jewelry.
Generally, archaeology is thought to involve prehistoric cultures. However, historical archaeology studies historical, literate cultures such as ancient Greece and Mesopotamia. Other specializations in archaeology include bioarchaeology (the study of human skeletal remains) and geoarchaeology (the use of geological knowledge to further studies in archaeology: ie. sediment deposits, the use of GIS, etc).
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Study and Work in Archaeology in Canada
Archaeology Admission Requirements
The prequisites required to become accepted in an undergraduate program in Archaeology.
Graduate Archaeology Admission Requirements
The prequisites required to become accepted in an graduate and/or postgraduate PhD program in Archaeology.
What Archaeology Students Learn
Topics and concepts that are covered and the overall approach or focus taken in studying Archaeology.
Research in Archaeology
Research areas, topics, interests projects in Archaeology.
Career and Employment Opportunities in Archaeology
Professions or occupations available to graduates in Archaeology and links to employment resources.
Archeology is a branch of anthropology and is related to paleontology, human geography, and history.