Classical Archaeology

The concentration in Classical Archaeology provides extensive experience of the material remains of Greek and Roman culture, including major sites and museums in Greece and/or Italy. Coursework supplies training in archaeological methods as well as a chronological overview of material culture from prehistoric Greece through the later Roman Empire. Hands-on work in Dartmouth’s Hood Museum is a frequent component of these courses, as well as field trips to other museums in North America. Archaeology concentrators are also encouraged to apply for departmental support for participation in archaeological digs during their off terms.

Major in Classical Archaeology

Requirements for the Major in Classical Archaeology

Use this PDF iconworksheet (pdf) to help select courses that fulfill the major requirements. Students are encouraged to meet with a member of the faculty to discuss major and course selections.

Requirements for the modified major

Requirements for the Modified Major in Classical Archaeology

Use this PDF iconworksheet pdf) to help select courses that fulfill the modified major requirements. Students are encouraged to meet with a member of the faculty to discuss modified major and course selections.

Minor in Classical Archaeology

Requirements for the Minor in Classical Archaeology

Use this PDF iconworksheet (pdf) to help select courses that fulfill the minor requirements. Students are encouraged to meet with a member of the faculty to discuss minor and course selections.