Master of Arts in Archaeology and Biblical Studies
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Prepare for a terminal degree that leads to a career in archaeology with Lipscomb University’s Master of Arts in Archaeology. In this program you will develop core knowledge, acquire skills and engage in professional experiences that will equip you to practice archaeology in the field or to teach in a humanities-based discipline.
Complete more than 200 hours of internship work in field schools, museum studies or lab work along with participation in at least one excavation season. Demonstrate your ability to design and independently pursue a viable research project through your thesis work. Through these experiences along with exploration of current research in archaeology, you will become an active member of the scholarly archaeological guild.
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