Updated 30 March 2020
ANTH-3165H Maritime Archaeology is being offered in cooperation with Discovery Harbour (Huronia Historical Parks) in Penetanguishene, Ontario. This 4-week course introduces students to the archaeology of human interaction with water. Topics include the archaeology of coastal settlements, inundated landscapes, as well as historic ships, shipwrecks and harbour infrastructure.
- The course does not have a SCUBA component.
- Summer 2020 content will be delivered through both synchronous and asynchronous e-learning.
- This course will begin Monday May 11, 2020 and concludes June 7, 2020.
Note: This course has a limited enrollment of 20 students.
Information for Non-Degree Students
If you are interested in this course and are not currently enrolled as a student, you may apply to audit the course. Reduced fees are applied. Course enrollment is by permission of instructor.
Due to COVID-19 and goals to increase social distancing, in summer 2020, this course will be offered in an online-only format, with both synchronous and asynchronous components.
In summer 2020, there is no supplementary course fee. Students are required to pay the Trent University summer fee for a 0.5 credit course (the 2020 Summer fee when available will be posted here https://www.trentu.ca/studentfinances/tuition-fees/undergraduate-tuition... ).
For more information
Please contact the Department of Anthropology, email@example.com