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Faculty Faculty of Arts (FFI)
Study programme Archaelogy (N0222A120017)
Branch of study / Specialization Archaelogy (N0222A120017/0 - 2020)
Level of acquired qualification Postgraduate Master
Form of study Full-time
Standard length of study 2 years
Number of ECTS credits 120
Qualification awarded Master (7)
Access to further studies Doctoral study programme  
Type of completion State Final Exam
Study and Examination Code URL
Faculty coordinator for international students
Šmídová Markéta, Mgr. Ph.D.
Email: smidova@ff.jcu.cz
Phone: +420 38 903 4826
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Key learning outcomes The goal of consequential Master´s Subject of Study Archaeology is the extension of theoretical as well as practical knowledge of a student, who graduated before the Bachelor´s Subject of Study Archaeology. In consequential Master´s Subject of Study Archaeology is laying accent on improvement of student´s knowledge of archaeological theory and methodology (see courses "Archaeological theory and methodology", "Non-destructive Archaeology" and "Landscape Archaeology") and then on extension of overview of European connections of Prehistory till Modern Ages. While in Bachelor´s Subject of Study was the main attention aimed to knowledge of main epochs in Czech lands and especially in South Bohemian region, students will come to know the European context of archaeological data in individual periods of Prehistory till Modern Ages in the Master´s Subject of Study. Under their specialisations, which will be done by the subject of their Master´s work and which will be discussed in Specialisations Seminars, students can choose between a lot of compulsorily elective subjects, which cover both partial archaeological topics (e.g. materials and technologies of Central-European prehistory, Introduction to Classical Archaeology, Roman Imports etc.) and themes of related scientific disciplines (e.g. History, Etnoarchaeology, Anthropology, Conservations). Students will intensify their practical knowledge with the making of archaeological field-research, with the documentation of archaeological situations or with the laboratory processing of artefacts within the course Summer Archaeological Practise.
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Branch of study / Specialization guarantor Chvojka Ondřej, doc. Mgr. Ph.D.
Status Recommended year of study Recommended semester Course code Course title (* Final State Examination) Language of instruction Number of ECTS credits Course availability
A Compulsory 1 Winter UAR/0SCDK Man of the Stone Age and his world Czech 5 The course is available to visiting students
A Compulsory 1 Winter UAR/0DBDZ Bronze and Early Iron Age in central Europe Czech 5 The course is available to visiting students
A Compulsory 1 Winter UAR/0MPE1 Archaeology of the Medieval and Post-medieval Europe I Czech 5 The course is available to visiting students
A Compulsory 1 Summer UAR/0MPE2 Archaeology of the Medieval and Post-medieval Europe II Czech German 5 The course is available to visiting students
A Compulsory 1 Summer UAR/0SCDB Man of the Bronze and Iron Age and his world Czech English German 5 The course is available to visiting students
A Compulsory 1 Summer UAR/0NA Non-destructive archaeology Czech English 5 The course is available to visiting students