Archaeology

Whether you're looking to make a career out of delving into our history, or you just have a fascination with uncovering relics from society's past, Archaeology at UNE could be just the course you are looking for. As online education specialists, our courses enable you to study in your own time, at your own pace, yet help is only a mouse click away, either from a lecturer, tutor, or even a fellow student.

Archaeology is the study of human behaviour through the recovery and analysis of artefactual and environmental traces. Drawing on both the humanities and the sciences this discipline aims to extract the maximum amount of information from the incomplete remains of the human past.

Whether you have a passing interest in archaeology or you're determined to become a practising archaeologist, our undergraduate courses are well suited to the needs of students studying on campus or online. In our units you will discover the world's great archaeological sites, the story of human society, from our earliest ancestors to the origins of the modern world, and the field and laboratory techniques that archaeologists use to unlock the past.

You can study archaeology as part of the following courses:

Diploma in Arts
Advanced Diploma in Local, Family and Applied History
Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Historical Inquiry and Practice
Bachelor of Science
Graduate Diploma in Local, Family and Applied History
Master of History
Master of Arts