Curriculum in Archaeology
The Curriculum in Archaeology is the instructional component of UNC’s Archaeology Program and brings together archaeology faculty located in six units of the College of Arts and Sciences. These units are the Departments of Anthropology, Classics, Linguistics, Religious Studies, Women’s & Gender Studies, and the Research Laboratories of Archaeology.
The Curriculum offers an undergraduate major and a minor in archaeology. It also offers courses and research opportunities for students in many parts of the world, particularly in the Americas, Europe, and the Middle East. Find out more about the Curriculum in Archaeology here.
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The RLA affirms the University’s core values regarding diversity, and is committed to creating an environment of inclusion, equity, and non-discrimination, grounded in respect and appreciation for all.