Honours BA Archaeology in Combination with another Honours BA Program
The combined Honours Archaeology program consists of a minimum of 20.0 credits, of which a maximum of 6.0 may be at the 100 level. A minimum of 9.0 credits must be taken in Archaeology-approved courses. The student must take the core courses and those required in one of four specialized areas: classical, near eastern, North American historical/industrial or North American Prehistoric archaeology. For progression purposes, and for graduation, the cumulative GPA in Honours Archaeology will be calculated on all required courses specified in the core and in the student's area of specialization.
Students will not be permitted to combine the Classical Stream of Honours Archaeology with Honours Classical Studies.
Core Courses: AR101, AR102, AR219* (summer); AR245*, or AR341 and AR360
1.0 Archaeology credit not in the student's area program
CL101, CL102, AR214/CL214, AR215/CL215
1.0 credit from: AR321/CL321, AR323/CL323, AR325/CL325, AR327/CL327, AR329/CL329, AR331/CL331, AR458;
2.0 credits from: GR101, GR102, LA101, LA102, 200 level Greek or Latin
HB101, HB102, NE101, NE102
3.0 credits from: AR205/RE205, AR206/RE206, AR324, AR326, AR346, AR347, AR420, AR421
AR Combined Program Notes:
- Students are encouraged to take their field course(s) as early in their program as possible.
Students in Honours Archaeology (North American Prehistoric) in combination with Honours Anthropology may count AN101 and AN102 toward both programs.
Students wishing to fulfill this requirement in a language other than French (e.g., German or Spanish) should consult with the department chair.
May 30, 2007 Senate approved deletion of cross-listings with AN for AR218*, AR241, AR242, AR335, AR460*; effective Sept 1, 2007.