Students interested in studying archaeology can apply to the anthropology or classics programs.
The graduate program in archaeology provides informed, critical examinations of core issues, comprehensive training in principal methods and theories of anthropologically-oriented archaeology, and direction and support for Ph.D. candidates preparing for research and teaching positions in a wide variety of domains of archaeological practice. Learn more about studying archaeology in the anthropology program.
The field of classical archaeology is understood to cover Aegean, Greek, Etruscan, and Roman art and archaeology. Students may also work on a cross-departmental basis in related fields such as Egyptian, Near Eastern, Anatolian, Punic, Byzantine, and other areas of European art and archaeology. Learn more about studying archaeology in the classics program.