The four-year MSci degree pathway enables students to pass directly into Masters level study in Stage 4.
Students pursuing either a Single or a Joint (Hons) degree programme, and who demonstrate appropriate academic strength at Stages 2 and 3 (i.e. an average aggregate grade equal or greater than 60%) may transfer into the MSci programme after Stage 3.
Our core modules at Stage 4 include:
ARP 4041 – Research Theory and Practice
ARP 4202 – Irish Archaeology in a Global Context
ARP4306 – Workplace Internship
ARP 4508 – Geospatial Techniques in Archaeology
ARP 4510 – Community Archaeology
ARP 4511 – Current Debates in Prehistoric Archaeology
ARP 4520 – Advanced Excavation
(Image: Knocknashee digital terrain model – T. Kahlert)