The programme comprises four semesters of teaching (120 ECTS total), followed by a dissertation (36 ECTS) based on your chosen research area.
The degree programme encompasses theory, methodology and practice. You will undertake a varied schedule of learning, from lectures and seminars to fieldwork and museum activities and individual supervisions. Assessment includes essays, research projects, concluding with original research for a dissertation on a subject of your choosing.
The following is a sample of a typical study plan (120 ECTS):
- Ancient Western Asia: History and Civilizations;
- Greek History and Civilization;
- Roman History and Civilization;
- Egypt after the Pharaohs;
- Archaeology of Ancient Near East;
- Etruscans and Others;
- Greek and Roman Archaeology;
- Reconstructing the Past: Methods and Tools;
- Field Archaeology Training / Material Culture Laboratory.
- Archaeological and Museological Aspects of Ancient Egypt;
- Post-classical Archaeology;
- Prehistory and Proto-history of the Mediterranean;
- Greek Religion and Mythology;
- Filming the Past;