Celtic Archaeology MA/PGDip
- Name: Celtic Archaeology
- Qualification: MA/PGDip
- Duration: MA: 1 year full-time or 2 years part-time; Diploma: 30 weeks full-time. This course also offers a January start date.
This course is designed to allow students to further their undergraduate interest in archaeology or a related subject, and to develop the skills and knowledge needed if they decided to undertake further research into the past. The modular degree scheme includes a choice of specialist modules in aspects of Celtic Archaeology, Theory and Interpretation in Celtic Archaeology and training modules to develop relevant skills.
The programme aims to deepen knowledge of archaeology beyond undergraduate level, with particular emphasis on Celtic archaeology. It provides the opportunity for students to specialise in a particular academic area, so as to gain a close understanding of the archaeological debates around it. The programme acquaints students with relevant archaeological theoretical issues and methods of interpretation and the use of evidence. It also provides the student with the necessary research skills to produce an original piece of work on a chosen topic, under supportive supervision.
Course content is for guidance purposes only and may be subject to change.
ONE Special Option module chosen from the following:
- The Prehistoric Archaeology of the Irish Sea Zone
- Celtic Societies in Europe
- The Archaeology of the Early Medieval Celtic Churches
- Theory and Interpretation in Celtic Archaeology
- Initiating a Research Project
- Various Skills Option module(s)
- One 20,000 word dissertation
Modules for the current academic year
Module listings are for guide purposes only and are subject to change. Find out what our students are currently studying on the Celtic Archaeology Modules page.
A 2(ii) Honours degree is required, or equivalent qualifications.
IELTS: overall score of 6.0 (with no element below 5.5) is required.
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An MA in Celtic Archaeology is a versitile qualification and will give you a detailed understanding of the academic discipline of archaeology and the ability to conduct research at various levels of historical analysis. It will enhance your career options in archaeology, communications, teaching, heritage industries, publishing and research.
- Professor Huw Pryce, Director of Graduate Studies
Arts & Humanities Research Council, occasional scholarships and bursaries.
Access To Masters Funding available.