New courses in Rock Art available for 2011-12
10 December 2010
Two new Masters courses 'Rock Art Studies: Theories, Methods and Management' and 'World Rock Art: from Palaeolithic to Present' will be available from 2011-12.
The courses will be available to students taking the following Masters degrees:
- MA in Archaeology
- MA in Comparative Art and Archaeology
- MA in Cultural Heritage Studies
- MA in Principles of Conservation
- MA in Public Archaeology
- MSc in Palaeoanthropology and Palaeolithic Archaeology
They may also be available to students taking other degrees with the permission of the relevant degree co-ordinator.
Didier Bouakaze-Khan (Heritage Management Consultant, CAA/Honorary Research Associate) will co-ordinate both courses.
Enquiries about the Masters degree programmes offered by the Institute should be directed to the Institute's Graduate Programmes Administrator, Lisa Daniel.