What will I be studying
Courses and seminars (selection):
World Prehistory, Introduction to World Ancient History, Introduction to Ancient History
of Romanians, Introduction to World Medieval History, History of Byzantium,
Introduction to Medieval History of Romanians, Introduction to Archaeology, Dwellings,
settlements and fortifications in Prehistory, Archaeological field-work, Archaeological
topography, Primary conservation and Protection of archaeological sites,
Latin epigraphy, Roads and fortifications in Roman Dacia, Roman numismatics and
economy, Demography in archaeology, Digital data in Archaeology, Archaeometallurgy,
Paleoethnobotany, Ethnoarchaeology, Archaeology of migrations and Early Middle
Ages, Social and funerary archaeology, Modern techniques of research, Dating and
interpretation in Archaeology, Methodology of scientific research.
Many of our graduates have found jobs in the field of education, museums, and in the
heritage administration and business sector whilst others have continued their studies
and research in the department from MA to PhD level and beyond.