Archaeology is a course that studies human activity in the past, primarily through the recovery and analysis of the material, culture and environmental data that has been left behind by past persons living there.
This includes digging, sorting out, and the ordering of work of arts and other material artifacts. Archaeologists implement excavation projects at historical sites and collect data that inform their understanding of the past.
English, Any three of History, CRK/IRK, Geography, Economics, Literature in English and French
Typical employers of archaeologists are national parks and museums, mining and petrochemical industries, and they can also lecture at universities/colleges.
ESSENTIAL SKILLS FOR ARTS AND HUMANITIES STUDENTS
- The ability to generate new ideas
- Teamwork and collaboration
- Management and organizational skills
- Communication skills
- Negotiating skills
- Critical thinking and analytical skills
- Decision-making skills
- Basic business skills
- Flexibility and adaptation skills
Read: The overview – ARTS AND HUMANITIES