- Development of cultural behavior
- History of archaeology
- Early civilizations
- Archaeological field techniques
- Archaeological lab techniques
- Cultures of modern societies
- And more...
Associate of Applied Science, Archaeological Technician
Archaeology, with its modern emphases on scientific problem solving, an evolutionary perspective and ecological theory, is a valuable part of a your science education. Our associate’s degree trains you to work as an archaeological technician, adding a vocational component to an academic discipline. Our Archaeological Technician program provides skills and academic course work that allow you to do archaeology on a voluntary, vocational level or to obtain paid seasonal positions with private firms and government agencies. You can also go on to earn your bachelor’s degree in Anthropology.
What You’ll Learn
- 63 credit hours, which must include ENGL 1010 (3) or equivalent, COMM 1020 (3), and MATH 1050 (3) and 9 additional credit hours of general education, including 1 course in each of the Humanities, Sciences and Social Sciences areas.
- Minimum grade of C in all major courses (a C- is not accepted)
Declare Your Program
Contact Belinda McElheny, 801-626-6241 or email
Lindquist Hall 235