Archaeology

When you study archaeology, you’re becoming a social scientist who conducts excavations to recover, study and preserve such artifacts as ancient ruins, tools or ceramics. Your objective is to learn more about the culture and evolution of extinct civilizations, and you’ll spend countless hours outside often in exotic locations doing so. Careers stemming from this program can range from becoming a field technician, project archaeologist, or it can lead right back into the classroom as an academic archaeologist.

Our SC Study Centers are located around the globe and each is as unique as the others; and many of them located near a UNESCO World Heritage site or significant cultural building or place. Often found in the center of the city students are guaranteed a safe and productive stay as they conduct their studies and when they decide to leave the campus on a day trip or guided tour. Learning abroad is certainly life experience worth having combined with the educational facilities we’re able to provide.