The archaeology major is an interdisciplinary pursuit as it combines elements from the social sciences, humanities, and the natural sciences. A minor in archaeology is also available.
Because of its interdisciplinary nature, archaeologists find employment in a wide variety of work settings such as museums, colleges and universities, government agencies, public and private foundations, and consulting firms in a diverse array of roles including educator, researcher, administrator, and consultant.
What can I do with a Major in Archaeology?
Archaeology Program News
Drayton Hall Distinguished Speakers Series
Posted on 22 January 2015 | 9:55 am
https://draytonhall.wordpress.com/2015/01/20/2015-drayton-hall-distinguished-speakers-series/ The Friends of Drayton Hall are pleased to present the second season of the Drayton Hall Distinguished Speakers Series. Beginning with the opening event of the 2015 season, you’ll experience a range of thought-provoking presentations related to America’s history and culture by some of today’s most respected historians, archaeologists, and curators. Speakers will also highlight […]
Upcoming Lectures in January
Posted on 21 January 2015 | 9:38 am
“Sacred Houses in Early Iron Age Greece?” Event Details: Thursday, January 22. 7:00pm, Simons 309 Speaker: Alexander Ainian, University of Thessaly Sponsored by: Archaeological Institute of America, Charleston Society About Alexander Mazarakis Ainian Alexander Mazarakis Ainian is Professor of Classical Archaeology with the University of Thessaly in Greece. He studied History of Art and Archaology […]