Online Induction - Our Teaching

Our teaching

The School offers one undergraduate programme, three Master's programmes and three research degrees, examined solely by thesis: the DPhil in Archaeology, the DPhil in Archaeological Science (for which candidates can also submit a thesis by papers as an alternative to the traditional monograph thesis), and the DPhil in Classical Archaeology, Click on the following links to view the course pages for each degree. 

BA Archaeology and Anthropology 

MSc Archaeology

MSc Archaeological Science

MSt or MPhil Classical Archaeology

Postgraduate Research Degrees


Across all our degrees we work closely with staff and students from other departments, most particularly: the School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnology (SAME) (see their website here) and the Faculty of Classics (see their website here)

To read the School's occasional teaching policy (created following discussion with SPECTRA) go to the School website's Intranet (the intranet link can be found on the top menu next to the social media icons of our website) and select the Human Resources section).

Useful resources:

Download an iCal of term dates

Resources for Teaching Staff (Social Sciences Division and Centre for Teaching and Learning)

Training on CANVAS – regular training sessions on fundamentals of the VLE are offered through the IT Learning Centre.