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Students in the interdisciplinary archaeology minor embrace history through hands-on learning, including Nearby Wittenberg, an on-campus dig.

Join us on Saturdays as we dig on campus. Stop by any time between 9-2 to help or check out what "Witt Digs" means. What can you do with a Minor in Archaeology?


Dig on Campus for Credit. Travel to Ireland to dig a medieval monastery. Gain experience with real artifacts. Study public history and work in archives. Attend graduate school in bioarchaeology. Imagine your life with a rewarding career. 

Wittenberg University - Nearby Archaeology from Wittenberg University on Vimeo.

Dr. Darlene L. Brooks Hedstrom (Prof. of History) is directory of the Archaeology Program. 



 "Wittenberg's Archaeology Minor (ARCH) is an interdisciplinary program that includes courses such as "Introduction to Archaeology," "Archaeological Field Methods," and three additional courses, selected with an Archaeology Faculty Advisor. Students work closely with program faculty to design a program that will lead to professional careers in anthropology, archaeology, cultural research management, museum studies, and national park management. 
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