Bachelor of Archaeology
Your future lies in the past.
Delve into the world’s rich cultural history, uncovering the links between past, present and future societies. Get your hands dirty, digging up secrets of the past with the only Bachelor of Archaeology degree in South Australia. Unearth and analyse artefacts with a degree that prepares you for a wide range of jobs in museums, government, community organisations and the cultural heritage management industry.
|Duration:||3 years full-time|
|Start Date:||March, July|
|Location:||Bedford Park, Australia|
|Pearson overall score:||50|
|Delivery mode:||On campus: Bedford Park|
Why study Archaeology at Flinders
- Prepares you for an immersive career
- Specialise in human evolution, ancient civilisations, maritime archaeology, historical archaeology or Indigenous archaeology
- Flexible options include intensive short coursework and part-time study
- Access classical archaeology, anthropology and physical anthropology topics through Flinders’ partnerships
- Undertake laboratory and practical sessions that will give you experience in archaeological data analysis and interpretation.
- Credit volunteer experience in archaeology towards your degree through an archaeology in the field topic.
- Learn archaeological field methods.
- Undertake practical and laboratory sessions in our new state-of-the-art facilities.
- Take opportunities for volunteer experience in field and laboratory work.
“I had a nice relationship with all my lecturers. They were committed to helping you out with everything, especially if you showed that you cared about your work. Uni organised for me to go to Flinders Partners to work on software for innovation management. I was so pleased when they offered me a full-time position.”
Nadine Saadi // Flinders University student
This course prepares you for a professional career in archaeology or related areas, making you suitable for jobs throughout the globe in research, policy development, consulting, laboratory research, hands-on surveying and excavation.
Potential occupations include:
- assistant curator
- cultural heritage officer
- cultural ranger
- education and interpretation officer.
Potential employers include:
- independent archaeological consultants
- heritage agencies
- academic institutions
- the public service
- wildlife services and sanctuaries.