Topic ID #38917 - posted 10/31/2017 4:29 PM

Masters Degree to move up in Archaeology - Binghamton University


Interested in getting a degree to further your career in archaeology? Why not apply to the Masters in Public Archaeology offered by Binghamton University? Students are trained in traditional field/lab methods, learns about the laws/policies/procedures that govern archaeological research (including Section 106 and NAGPRA), and even get to operate geophysical instruments (like Ground Penetrating Radar), drone-based photography, total stations, and hand-held GPS units. We offer courses in GIS, zooarchaeology, human osteology, ancient genetics, and paleobotany. Students typically finish in only 2 years and there are limited funding opportunities for well-qualified applicants. Applications are accepted until April 15th, but apply by January 15th to be considered for funding. Find more info here:…/arc…/ma-public-archaeology.html


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