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MSc in GIS and Spatial Analysis in Archaeology

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Co-ordinator: Mark Lake 

Other Major Contributor: Andrew BevanMark Altaweel  and Kris Lockyear

Geographical information systems (GIS) are transforming the way archaeologists handle spatial data. At the same time, there continue to be important advances in our ability to analyse and interpret spatial information, from the use of advanced spatial statistics, to more agent-centred computational models, to more theoretically informed understandings of how humans make use of the spaces around them.

Perhaps you are planning a PhD project that will involve the analysis of spatial data or you see the growing use of GIS in professional archaeology as an opportunity to build a career? Either way, the UCL Institute of Archaeology offers an advanced training in GIS that will help you achieve your goals.


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