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ARCHAEOLOGY AND CULTURE

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Cognate Track 1: Near Eastern Archaeology & Culture Required (12 credits)

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Foundations of Theology/LTHE 101 Archaeology Methods and Lab/ARCH 202 Study Abroad*/ARCH 396 Archaeology & History of the Ancient Near East/ARCH 201

Electives (6 credits) 3 World Archaeology/World History I/ARCH/HIST 302 3 Museum Studies/ARCH 304 3 Cultural Anthropology/SOC 292 or Physical Anthropology/SOC 293 3 Special Topics in Archaeology/History/Culture/ARCH 390/HIST 390 Cognate Track 2: Pre-Columbian Archaeology & Culture Required (12 credits) 3 Colonial Latin American/HIST 271 3 Archaeology Methods and Lab/ARCH 202 3 Study Abroad*/ARCH 396 3 World Archaeology/World History I/ARCH/HIST 302 or Cultures of Mesoamerica/GLOBL 280 or Literature of the Native Americas 1/GLOBL 281 or Literature of the Native Americas 2/GLOBL 282 Electives (6 credits) 3 Spanish 111/112 3 Cultural Anthropology/SOC 292 or Physical Anthropology/SOC 293 3 World Archaeology/World History I/ARCH/HIST 302 3 ARCH 390 Special Topics in Archaeology or/HIST 390 Special Topics in History or Cultures of Mesoamerica/GLOBL 280 or GLOBL 281 Literatures of the Native Americas 1: Pre Columbian and Colonial or GLOBL 282 Literatures of the Native Americas 2: Postcolonial to Present 3 Museum Studies/ARCH 304 *Study Abroad 3 Gannon University Archaeological Expedition to Khirbet Iskander, Jordan 3 Gannon University approved Meso-American/Latin American Tour and/or Archaeological Expedition 3 Gannon University sponsored-study tour to the Near East 3 Gannon University sponsored-study tour to Greece/HIST 394 3 Or under special circumstances Internship in the Gannon University Collins Institute for Archaeological Research/ARCH 395

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS ARCH 201: Archaeology and History of the Ancient Near East This course will offer a basic survey of the archaeological culture and history of the ancient Near East, including the Biblical Lands of Israel and Transjordan and contemporary societies in neighboring Mesopotamia and Egypt. The purpose of this particular course is specifically to introduce the student to a broad sweep of civilizations, peoples, and ancient lifeways, dating primarily to the Bronze and Iron Ages (4th – 1st millennia BCE roughly). 3 credits

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