The other activities allow to broaden the horizon and integrate the acquisition of further knowledge, skills and abilities into the disciplinary learning, which are considered fundamental for an updated training, which facilitate the access to work or the possible access to subsequent levels of education.
AIMS AND CONTENT
The aim is to create skills through the direct participation of students in field activities of reconnaissance, excavation and post-archaeological excavation.
AIMS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES
The student will have the opportunity to concretely experience the practical aspects of the archaeologist's profession, declined in its different, specific applications.
Participation in the training activities will allow perfecting skills and abilities in the field research, through participation in archaeological excavations and surveys or relief campaign.
The activities include participation in archaeological excavations, surveys or surveys, specifically activated or recognized by the course.
TEACHERS AND EXAM BOARD
NICOLA CUCUZZA (President)
GIANLUCA AMERI (President Substitute)
STEFANO GARDINI (President Substitute)
Presentation of certification
The student must submit to the Other Credits Commission, at least three months before the final discussion, the documentation showing the attestation of the skills acquired and / or the activities carried out and their duration. The student must also declare that he has not previously used the activity carried out to request the attribution of CFU.
Credits for other activities may be included in the first, second, or third year study plan at the student's discretion. Credits can only be recorded if the corresponding code is entered into the study plan.
The Commission in charge of recognizing other credits is made up of the following members: