This course offers well-rounded learning outcomes in less specialised masters-level studies than the master 120.
The aim of this course is to further methodological and critical learning in the fields of archaeology and the history of art. The final assignment requires the student to focus upon a question relating to a given subject and apply the critical point of view and precision characteristic of a university education to it.
This master can be completed in a year and will be of most interest to students with bachelor’s degrees in other disciplines and mature students. The course also targets students with bachelor’s degrees in the history of art and archaeology who do not wish to focus their studies on a particular specialism.
Your future job
Our graduates are employed in:
- professions in the fields of heritage and archaeology: in archaeological digs, buildings archaeology, the management of listed buildings, artistic and archaeological collections or museums, heritage, conservation, speciality travel, exhibition organisation, etc.;
- the culture and communication sectors: in art galleries, trading in artworks, acting as experts, in restoration, providing advice, teaching and educational services, in cultural mediation, journalism, publishing, etc.;
- teaching and research.
Students on this course will attend a series of mandatory classes in one of the following three electives: archaeology, history of art and archaeology.