During the first year of an undergraduate degree (Level 1), students are able to choose from a range of foundation modules.

Through these, students learn how to summarise and communicate information through different media (e.g. through essay writing, presentations, posters). They are introduced to the main debates in Archaeology and Palaeoecology, and the key principles and processes behind many of the methods used in these disciplines. Modules also contain practical, hands-on experience in data collection and opportunities for introductory field excursions. For further details, see the Module Guides and Transferable Skills tab linked to individual modules on this site.

Available Level-1 Modules for Academic Year 2018/19 are listed below:

ARP 1006 – Ancient Humans and Landscapes

ARP 1007 – Environmental Change: Past, Present & Future

ARP 1008 – Europe in Prehistory

ARP 1010 – From Romans to Normans: The Archaeology of Historic Europe

ARP 1013 – Introduction to World Archaeology

ARP 1014 – Archaeological Excavation