Students of BEES
There is a long association between the various departments and units in what is now the School of Biological Earth and Environmental Sciences (BEES) and the Departments of Archaeology and Geography, who make-up the School of the Human Environment (SHE). Over the years students at all levels of study from both schools have benefited greatly from this interdisciplinary approach to teaching and research. The recently established BA in Geographical and Archaeological Sciences, having a strong biological and earth science focus, provides opportunity to further strengthen these links.
|Schedule of Modules|
Listed below are modules open to BSc Earth/Environmental Science or BSc Geology students (timetables permitting). These modules form part of the Second and Third Year BA Programme.
Those outlined in bold are particularly suited to Environmental and Earth Science students.
With a few exceptions, all Archaeology Modules are run in 6-week blocks over two 12-week Semesters.
- AR2033 Chalcolithic and Bronze Age Europe (5 credits)
- AR2042 The Archaeology of Later-Medieval Ireland (5 credits)
- AR2047 The Iron Age in Western and Central Europe (5 credits)
- AR3052 Beyond the Celtic World: Ireland in the first millennium BC (5 credits)
- AR3054 Late Iron Age Ireland and the Roman World (5 credits)
- AR3055 Transitions in Prehistory; Ireland in the Third Millenium BC (5 credits)
- AR3056 The Archaeology of Post-medieval Ireland (5 credits)
- AR2037 Introduction to Environmental Archaeology (5 credits)
- AR2038 Human Remains for Archaeologists (5 credits)
- AR2044 Heritage management and archaeology (5 credits)
- AR3040 Health, Diet and Disease in Early Societies (5 credits)
- AR3045 The Industrial Archaeology of Ireland, AD1750-1930 (5 credits)
- AR3050 Archaeo-palynology (5 credits)
- AR3051 Wetland Archaeology and Palaeoenvironments (5 credits)
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