For more information about the program, students should consult with the program’s co-directors.

325 F Analytic Methods in Archaeology.
A survey of analytic techniques central to archaeological and paleoecological interpretation. Laboratory performance of artifact analysis and classification, computer-aided data management and statistical analysis. Three hours of class and three hours of laboratory. (Writing-intensive.) Prerequisite, 106. (Same as Anthropology 325.) Maximum enrollment, 8. Quinn.

500F/501S Senior Project.
A two-term course during which concentrators pursue an independent project and give a public presentation of their results. Proposals for projects must be accepted in the spring semester of the student’s junior year. 501 may not be taken as a separate course. One course credit for 500 and one-half credit for 501. The Program.