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Egyptian Archaeology (Certificate NDP)

This Egyptian Archaeology (Certificate NDP) from University of Arizona will serve to increase awareness of this unique opportunity for UA and non-UA graduate students and non-degree seeking professionals. Indeed, no other college or university in the country offers such a focused graduate program specifically in Egyptian archaeology.

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Full-time Duration: 6 months
Starting in: August, January, May
Tuition Fee: $10,063 per semester
Location: Tucson, United States

The conduct of archaeological research varies widely from one country to another. Not only do the ancient sites differ, but each country (or geographic discipline) also presents fieldworkers and other researchers with its own cultural settings, standard practices, and official regulations.

Thus study of the practicalities of conducting archaeological research in Egypt and Sudan, and in Egyptological museum collections, merits its own concentrated study at the post-graduate level.

For this reason, the University of Arizona is pleased to offer this post-graduate program in Egyptian archaeology.

This program will aid participants in their careers by providing training and requiring demonstration of competence in the following core areas, among others:

  • archaeological field methods as used in Egypt and/or Sudan;
  • interpretation of material culture in the conditions encountered in Egypt and/or Sudan;
  • the preparation of research proposals, permit requests, and required reports;
  • the preparation of grant proposals for the conduct of archaeological research, especially fieldwork.

Courses include:

  • Topics of Egyptology
  • Art As Plunder: The Spoils of War, the Formation of Collections, & Trade in Stolen Art
  • Art and Architecture of the Islamic World
  • Archaeology of Africa
  • Principles of Archaeological Fieldwork
  • Mapping Ancient Cities
  • Ancient Egypt: Archeology and Language
  • Greek Pottery
  • Heritage Conservation Science

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