MSc in Computational Archaeology: GIS, Data Science and Complexity


Co-ordinator: Mark Lake 

Other Major Contributor: Andrew BevanMark Altaweel  and Kris Lockyear

Top archaeological researchers and heritage professionals use a raft of computational methods including GIS, data mining, web science, ABM, point-process modelling and network analysis.  To impress employers you need the flexibility to learn on the job, leverage open data and program open source software.  This MSc draws on UCL's unparalleled concentration of expertise to equip you for future research or significantly enhance your employability

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