Main Campus, Virtual Learning Environment (VLE)
This course is unique in its focus on the Highlands and Islands of Scotland. It offers the opportunity to consider wider archaeological concepts and theoretical issues utilising world-class sites in Orkney and the North Atlantic region.
The MLitt Archaeological Studies will enable you to engage critically with current themes and debates in archaeological practice, theory and method.
There are a wide range of module options which draw on the research specialisms of the Archaeology Institute staff and these provide you with the flexibility to combine taught modules and dissertation research according to your own research interests.
You can develop chronological specialisms grounded in the archaeology and heritage of the region; for example, in Prehistoric Archaeology or in Celtic through to Viking/Norse and Medieval Archaeology. Or you may choose to combine period-based modules with our professional skills modules to gain a broader knowledge and understanding of the diversity of methods and theory practiced within archaeology.
You can exit after 12 months with PgCert Archaeological Studies
You can exit after 18 months with PgDip Archaeological Studies
A 2:2 Honours degree or above in archaeology or a relevant subject, or equivalent academic or professional qualifications.
Distance and Flexible learning
Part time (day)
Humanities and Social Sciences