University of Texas - San Antonio: Maya Archaeology

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This program is an intensive 4-week, 6-credit program in archaeological field methods (ANT 3403). Students will learn basic archaeological field techniques of surveying and mapping, excavation, and artifact analysis by participating on our on-goin... read more

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A student studying abroad with University of Texas - San Antonio: Maya Archaeology
The experience was very worthwhile. I learned so much about archaeological research methods and the Maya in general. I learned a lot about Belize culture, and how to travel while enriching my experiences in new places by doing so. - University of Texas - San Antonio View Entire Review
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I learned what good/humble/motivated people are capable of. It was a life-changing experience and definitely worthwhile. - University of Texas - San Antonio View Entire Review
I gained valuable knowledge of field methods, specifically those used by that archaeological project. The data I collected will be used for my master's thesis. - University of Texas - San Antonio View Entire Review

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This program is an intensive 4-week, 6-credit program in archaeological field methods (ANT 3403). Students will learn basic archaeological field techniques of surveying and mapping, excavation, and artifact analysis by participating on our on-going scientific studies of Maya civilization in the Mopan valley of west-central Belize. They will also learn about Maya archaeology, architecture, and art through evening lectures and weekend field trips to important archaeological sites in the region. The program is open to graduate students, who will enroll in graduate-level field course at UTSA.

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Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • Summer
Instruction Language(s):
  • English
Relevant Study Subject(s):
  • Archeology
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