In a country where only a handful of universities offers an undergraduate degree in Archaeology, Trent offers two: a B.A. (with two specializations possible) and a B.Sc. Find out what else sets us apart:
We have more permanent faculty members than any other Canadian undergraduate archaeology program.
Students learn from award-winning instructors and researchers, whose wide-ranging interests result in a diversity of course and experiential choices for students.
The classroom experience
Our courses incorporate aspects such as:
- methodology and approaches
- cultural, regional, and thematic investigations
- theoretical perspectives
- our responsibilities as stewards of cultural heritage.
We encourage active engagement in learning, through small class sizes, seminars, and/or labs in many of our courses.
- Participate in our archaeology field courses in Ontario, Belize, or Greece.
- Enroll in our laboratory courses to learn how to curate and analyze archaeological finds.
- Take advantage of other opportunities to work with our faculty and/or our community
Ontario Archaeology Field School
The Ontario Field School provides a focused and intensive introduction to archaeological field methods, from Stage Two (field survey) to Stage Three and Four (excavation).