The Bachelor of Arts in archaeology and cultural anthropology programme prepares competent professionals who can handle researches that focus on prehistoric and historical archaeology.
What and how will you learn in Bachelor Of Arts In Archaeology And Cultural Anthropology?
“In this programme students will study historical development of the disciplines of archaeology and cultural anthropology; techniques of archaeology and cultural anthropology; social formation processes; and cultural heritage management processes and practices. Learning modalities in this programme will include lectures, tutorials/seminars, assignments, excavation of archaeological sites/practical and self-study”.
Direct entry qualifications
Two principal passes in any of the following Arts subjects: History/ Geography/ English/ Kiswahili/ French..
Equivalent entry qualifications for Bachelor of arts in archaeology
Diploma in Archaeology and Anthropology, Sociology, Social Work, Cultural Heritage Management, Architecture, Geology or Education with an average of “B” or a minimum GPA 3.0.
Graduate of this degree programme are highly required in museums, government ministries of, for example; Tourism, Labor and Human Welfare, Public Works, Land, Water and Environment. Their expertise is needed in public and private institutions in formulating and implementing socio-economic policies and in the solution of development problems. They can work as professional heritage managers, museum education or exhibition officers, museum curators, historic buildings inspectors or conservation officers, archivists, cartographers, social researchers or tourism officers.