MA Ceramic and Lithic Analysis for Archaeologists
Pottery and worked stone artefacts form two of the largest groups of finds recovered from archaeological excavations and surveys of all periods across the world. Their proper study can provide information about a wide range of different aspects of past societies.
This programme builds on our established international reputation in ceramics and lithics. We support scientific and socially oriented research, with intensive practical teaching, and a dynamic and innovative approach to assemblages, integrating theory and methodology. This is an ideal entry to commercial archaeological ceramics/lithics analysis, or to further academic research.
University of Southampton
International Student Requirements:
All students are required to satisfy the University's English Language requirements. If English is not your first language, you will be required to provide evidence of your proficiency through one of the approved tests listed on our website.