- MA in Archaeology
- MA in Archaeology and Heritage of Asia
- MA in Archaeology of Egypt and the Near East
- MA in Artefact Studies
- MA in Comparative Art and Archaeology
- MA in Cultural Heritage Studies
- MA in Egyptian Archaeology
- MA in Managing Archaeological Sites
- MA in Mediterranean Archaeology
- MA in Museum Studies
- MA in Principles of Conservation
- MA in Public Archaeology
- MA in Research Methods for Archaeology
- MA in Urban Archaeology
- MSc in Bioarchaeology and Forensic Anthropology
- MSc in Conservation for Archaeology and Museums
- MSc in Environmental Archaeology
- MSc in GIS and Spatial Analysis in Archaeology
- MSc in Palaeoanthropology and Palaeolithic Archaeology
- MSc in the Technology and Analysis of Archaeological Materials
- MSc in Computational Archaeology: GIS, Data Science and Complexity
Miss Lisa Daniel
UCL Institute of Archaeology
31-34 Gordon Square
London WC1H 0PY
+44 (0)20 7679 749
Applied Heritage Management
The course is to be an adjunct to the MA in Managing Archaeological Sites core course, providing students with an opportunity to put heritage management theory into practice in a supportive environment. They will be expected to apply, test and question theories and methods; to innovate, develop research and team working skills, and communicate results to the rest of the group, in the context of the information given in and ideas stimulated by the core MA.
Aims of the course
- To provide the students with information about aspects of putting heritage management into commercial practice.
- To give students an opportunity to carry out and write up practical tasks, individually and in teams, and to have their work critically assessed in a supportive environment.
- To encourage students to demonstrate their understanding of practical issues, and to critically assess heritage management theory in the context of practice.
- Observation and critical assessment.
- Teamwork and problem-solving.
- Written and oral presentation skills.
Delivery will be divided between 1 and 2-hour lectures, seminars and workshops, with input from both Institute staff, and external professionals working in heritage management. Students will be expected to carry out independent research and team work, and there will be a compulsory 3 day field school during Reading Week.
- Code: ARCLG233
- Credits: 15
- Coordinator: Tim Williams
- Prerequisite: Must be doing the Managing Archaeological Sites Core Course: preference will be given to students doing this as their core course, and numbers may need to be limited.
- Handbook: open»
For registered students
- Moodle page: open»
- Reading list:
- Running in 2016-17