Field Training in Archaeology

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Course Code: 
AHS 1110
Course Credit Units: 
Semester 1
Year of Study: 
Year 1
Undergraduate or Graduate Level: 
Undergraduate Level
Course Discipline: 
Course Description & Objectives: 

This is a practical course for first year students who would major in Archaeology and Heritage Studies offered during 3rd semester and lasts for 6 weeks. Students’ assessment is based upon their ability to comprehend the different skills and apply them while in the field. They will also be graded on their interest and commitment to archaeology and anthropology as demonstrated through endurance, perseverance, attendance and punctuality. Furthermore, ability to manage a camp and skills in handling and tolerating social differences are important virtues for any field archaeologist or anthropologist. Thus these virtues will also count in determining students’ performance in the field. During field training students together with their instructors will camp and go through field experiences at sites like Ntusi, Bweyorere, Lake Wamala, Chobi sector, Nyero, BigoByaMugenyi, Kinanisi, etc.

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