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Faculty of Letters and Humanities Department of Archaeology

Qualification Awarded

Archaeologist

Specific Admission Requirements

As a result of the two-step (YGS and LYS) TM-3 test which is conducted by OSYM, students are accepted to the program. For details: www. osym.gov.tr; Muğla Sıtkı Koçman University Undergraduate and Graduate Education Regulations Item 6. Approximatly 40 students are accepted to the Program each year

Qualification Requirements

Proficiency in the program to perform the minimum level of proficiency in the program, which is available in the program taken, (a total of 240 ECTS) courses (C / S) of 4.00 and successfully complete all required to have a GPA of at least 2.00. Taken, 'Elective Courses' to be achieved. The curriculum renewal / change of course due to the Abolition of the decision of the Divisional Board or in case of opening of the course are subject to change.

Recognition of Prior Learning

Earlier the students who have attended another institution of higher education Prior Learning, to be determined by the Board of Higher Education "in Higher Education Associate Degree and Bachelor Degree Programs Level Switch, CIF Major, Minor and Inter-Credit Transfer Basis" and "Regulation Sıtkı Koçman Mugla University, Associate Degree and Bachelor of Education Regulations "are recognized. Outside of the formal education or experience in the department based on the certificate (in-formal/non-formal) is not recognized at the moment of learning. However, in all higher education programs in foreign language (English, German, French, et ??al.) Exemption Examination Courses are held at the beginning of every academic year. Students, who are expected to take examinations in these courses have the right qualifications. Students who take the exam and pass the course will be exempt from the related course.

History

Established in 1993, the Department of Archaeology at the University Mugla Sıtkı Koçman, Degree in 2005-2006, Master's began to accept students in 1996. Doctoral program began to accept students in 2012.

Profile of the Programme

• To provide students with a firm education in archaeology and help them become professional archaeologists who can interpret the connection between past and present on an analytical base
• To contribute to the knowledge and understanding of archaeology by handling all archaic civilisations founded by mankind, with all cultural and artistic elements involved

Program Outcomes

1- The students will sufficiently define, comment on and date the archaeological material. They will gain a multifaceted perspective on correlating the past and the future.
2- They will gain a life-long learning habit using their knowledge and ability in Archaeology
3- They will have ability on commenting on the material of ancient architecture, pottery and sculpture, which form the basis of the modern archaeology education.
4- They can do documentation using classical methods and advanced technology. They can make it utilizable for the other fields.
5- They carry out the methods of learning and commenting on Classical Archaeology in an international manner. They will care about the scientifical and professional ethics during the process of performing their knowledge.
6- They can correlate the outcomes of the their profession with the projects and lateral branches under the umbrella of Archaology. They do researh with a multi-disciplinary perception.
7- They will adhere to ethical values and be creative about spreading the archaeology and its material.
8- They can appreciate the importance of the high-technology, the computer systems and the foriegn languages and use them in their studies.
9- They participate to artistic and socio-cultural events relevant to the archaeology and the social sciences.
10- Thay have the ability of considering the Archaeology with the other disciplines as the History, The Art History and the Geography.
11- They have a sufficient knowledge about the art and culture of the pre Iron Age Anatolia and Mediterranean archaeology. They can set up the relations between different regions and cultures on the material.
12- They can appreciate the importance of the dead languages like Ancient Greek and Latin in the Archaeology and they have sufficient knowledge on reading and understanding these languages.
13- They have the basic knowledge about the subjects treated in selective courses as Byzantine art and architecture, ancient burial customs, Numismatics, conservation awarness and Museology, Etruscan art and ancient Roman art.
14- They have the basic knowledge and ability about the archaeological surveys and excavations
15- They share their professional knowledge with institutions, establishments and individuals working in the field of social sciences. They present the solutions for the problems theoretically and pratically
16- They support the universality of the social and cultural rights in social sciences. They protect the historical and cultural heritage. They spread the conservation awareness in the society.

Exam Regulations & Assesment & Grading

In the Archaeology Program at least one midterm exam for each course and a final exam. Assessment quizzes and homework done also. Success midterm grade, the effect of short-term exams and assignments, 40% of the final exam is 60%. In this evaluation, the course instructor, the course, the students' mid-term and final exams taken and grades received scores take into account the results of the statistical framework of the principles outlined in the directive is converted to 4-letter system. Student's cumulative GPA is created notes (WGPA) two consecutive periods less than 2.00 can not take those lessons to the next period. AA, BA, BB, CB and CC grade, that course is considered successful. A student from the DC and DD, depending on the student's graduation is considered AGNO'suna. AGNO'su grade student achievement threshold (2.00) is defined as successful on these courses. December semesters / years, however, WGPA evaluated by calculating the coefficients of these grades. The student who failed a grade of FF, the course is offered in the first semester / year, and continue taking the exam must fulfill the requirements. The grade is appreciated by MM and DD lectures, WGPA participate in the calculation of the assessment.

Graduation Requirements

The normal duration of the program is 4 years. 140(240 ECTS) credits are required to graduate from a degree program and GPA 2.0 or above must be to achieve. After third semester with cumulative GPA of 2.5 or above at Semester 3 From the next semester / top semesters in one semester can complete the program can receive a maximum of 3.5 years but not to exceed the amount of credit. But the 'Diploma' 4 year (8th semester) given at the end.

Occupational Profiles of Graduates

Instructor or Specialist in universities / officer. Also slightly various public institutions (officer in Ministry of Culture and Tourism, officer in General Directorate For cultural heritage and museums, Public or Special museums, DÖSİM etc.)., Private institutions, industrial organizations are also employment opportunities as an archaeologist.

Access to Further Studies

After graduation students can proceed their education in post-grad level in their or related fields. If they choose an field of study different from their undergraduate education, students can start graduate education after being successful in Academic Preparation Program within the framework of the relevant regulations. Graduate admissions are determined by the Institute of Social Sciences of Mugla Sıtkı Koçman University in accordance with the regulations.

Mode of Study

Undergraduate

Programme Director

Prof.Dr. Adnan DİLER

ECTS Coordinator

Asist Prof.Dr. Özlem VAPUR

Course Structure Diagram with Credits

1. Year - 1. Term
Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Course Type Theory Practice ECTS Print
ARK1001 INTRODUCTION TO ARCHEOLOGY II Required 2 0 4
ARK1003 ANATOLIA BEFORE THE IRON AGE Required 2 0 3
ARK1005 ARCHAIC PERIOD ART AND PLASTICS Required 2 0 3
ARK1007 AEGEAN IN BRONZE AGE Required 2 0 3
ARK1009 Comparative Mythology and Myth Theory I Required 2 0 3
ARK1111 Ancient Greek Language I Required 2 0 4
       
1. Year - 2. Term
Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Course Type Theory Practice ECTS Print
ARK1002 INTRODUCTION TO ARCHEOLOGY II Required 2 0 5
ARK1004 Early Iron Age Anatolia Required 2 0 4
ARK1006 Archaic Art and Architecture II Required 2 0 4
ARK1008 Region and Its Environs in Early Iron Age Required 2 0 5
ARK1010 Ancient Greek Language II Required 2 0 5
       
2. Year - 1. Term
Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Course Type Theory Practice ECTS Print
ARK2001 CLASSIC AGE ART AND ARCHITECTURE I Required 2 0 5
ARK2003 SURVEYING I Required 2 0 5
ARK2005 Ancient Greek Language III Required 2 0 5
ARK2501 ARCHAIC PERIOD PLASTICS I Elective 2 0 4
ARK2503 Archaic ARCHITECTURE I Elective 2 0 4
ARK2505 ANATOLIA HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY I Elective 2 0 4
ARK2507 Corinthian vase Drafting Elective 2 0 4
ARK2509 BYZANTINE ART OF DEPICTION: ICONS Elective 2 0 4
ARK2511 EASTERN INSPIRED POTTERY PAINTING IN EASTERN AEGEAN Elective 2 0 4
ARK2513 Comparative Mythology and Theories of Myth II Elective 2 0 4
ARK2515 INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY Elective 2 0 4
       
2. Year - 2. Term
Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Course Type Theory Practice ECTS Print
ARK2002 Classical Art and Architecture II Required 2 0 5
ARK2004 SURVEYING II Required 2 0 5
ARK2006 Ancient Greek Language IV Required 2 0 5
ARK2502 Archaic Pottery Elective 2 0 4
ARK2504 Archaic Sculpture II Elective 2 0 4
ARK2506 Archaic Architecture II Elective 2 0 4
ARK2508 ANATOLIA HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY II Elective 2 0 4
ARK2510 Athenian Black Figure vases Elective 2 0 4
ARK2512 Byzantine Descriptive Art II: Mosaics and Mural Elective 2 0 4
ARK2514 Elective 2 0 4
       
3. Year - 1. Term
Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Course Type Theory Practice ECTS Print
ARK3001 HELLENISTIC AGE ART AND ARCHITECTURE I Required 2 0 5
ARK3003 Late Antiquity - The Byzantine Art I Required 2 0 5
ARK3005 Documentation Techniques in Archaeology Required 2 0 4
ARK3501 Attic Red-Figured Vases Elective 2 0 4
ARK3503 Ethnoarchaeology Elective 2 0 4
ARK3505 Evolution of the Archaic Period Settlement and Urbanization Elective 2 0 4
ARK3507 LATIN I Elective 2 0 4
ARK3509 EPIGRAPHY Elective 2 0 4
ARK3511 Byzantine Architectural Sculpture I Elective 2 0 4
ARK3513 CLASSIC AGE PLASTIC I Elective 2 0 4
ARK3515 CLASSIC AGE ARCHITECTURE I Elective 2 0 4
       
3. Year - 2. Term
Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Course Type Theory Practice ECTS Print
ARK3002 Hellenistic Art and Architecture II Required 2 0 5
ARK3004 Late Antique-Byzantine Era Art II Required 2 0 5
ARK3006 SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH METHODS Required 2 0 4
ARK3502 Geometric and Archaic Caria Elective 2 0 4
ARK3504 Burial Customs and tradition in western Anatolia Elective 2 0 4
ARK3508 Latin language II Elective 2 0 4
ARK3510 Epigraphy II Elective 2 0 4
ARK3512 Byzantine Period Architecture and Sculpture II Elective 2 0 4
ARK3514 Classical Sculpture II Elective 2 0 4
ARK3516 Classical Architecture II Elective 2 0 4
       
4. Year - 1. Term
Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Course Type Theory Practice ECTS Print
ARK 4501 SENIOR THESIS I Elective 2 0 5
ARK 4503 SEMINAR I Required 2 0 5
ARK4001 ROMAN AGE ART AND ARCHITECTURE I Required 2 0 5
ARK4505 numismatic I Elective 2 0 5
ARK4507 PROTECTION AWARENESS AND museology Elective 2 0 5
ARK4509 Etruscan Archaeology Elective 2 0 5
ARK4511 Early Christian- Byzantine Architecture Elective 2 0 5
ARK4513 Urban Archaeology Elective 2 0 5
ARK4515 LATIN III Elective 2 0 5
ARK4517 Byzantine Handcraft I Elective 2 0 5
ARK4519 HELLENISTIC AGE POTTERY Elective 2 0 5
ARK4521 HELLENISTIC AGE PLASTIC Elective 2 0 5
ARK4523 HELLENISTIC AGE ARCHITECTURE Elective 2 0 5
       
4. Year - 2. Term
Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Course Type Theory Practice ECTS Print
ARK4002 Roman Art and Architecture II Required 2 0 5
ARK4501 SENIOR THESIS I Elective 2 0 5
ARK4502 SENIOR THESIS II Elective 2 0 5
ARK4503 SEMINAR I Elective 2 0 5
ARK4504 SEMINAR II Elective 2 0 5
ARK4506 Numismatic II Elective 2 0 5
ARK4508 Anatolia Under the Persian Hegemony Elective 2 0 5
ARK4510 Latin Language IV Elective 2 0 5
ARK4512 Byzantine Handcraft II Elective 2 0 5
ARK4514 Roman Pottery Elective 2 0 5
ARK4516 Roman Architecture Elective 2 0 5
ARK4518 Roman Sculpture Elective 2 0 5
ARK4520 Turkish Art Elective 2 0 5
       
 

Evaluation Questionnaires

Course & Program Outcomes Matrix

1. Year - 1. Term
Ders AdıPy1Py2Py3Py4Py5Py6Py7Py8Py9Py10Py11Py12Py13Py14Py15Py16
INTRODUCTION TO ARCHEOLOGY II3332113322211355
ANATOLIA BEFORE THE IRON AGE3332113322511115
ARCHAIC PERIOD ART AND PLASTICS 3332113322311315
AEGEAN IN BRONZE AGE3332113322441115
Comparative Mythology and Myth Theory I3333211322211115
Ancient Greek Language I3332113122221115
                 
1. Year - 2. Term
Ders AdıPy1Py2Py3Py4Py5Py6Py7Py8Py9Py10Py11Py12Py13Py14Py15Py16
INTRODUCTION TO ARCHEOLOGY II4443224433312215
Early Iron Age Anatolia4442224133522215
Archaic Art and Architecture II4443224433322315
Region and Its Environs in Early Iron Age4442224133522215
Ancient Greek Language II4442224133332115
                 
2. Year - 1. Term
Ders AdıPy1Py2Py3Py4Py5Py6Py7Py8Py9Py10Py11Py12Py13Py14Py15Py16
CLASSIC AGE ART AND ARCHITECTURE I5554334444312325
SURVEYING I5555334444112525
Ancient Greek Language III45554435 5555555
ARCHAIC PERIOD PLASTICS I5552334144432225
Archaic ARCHITECTURE I5554334444432325
ANATOLIA HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY I5552334144432125
Corinthian vase Drafting5552334144432125
BYZANTINE ART OF DEPICTION: ICONS5552334144133125
EASTERN INSPIRED POTTERY PAINTING IN EASTERN AEGEAN5552334144432125
Comparative Mythology and Theories of Myth II5551334144432525
INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY 5554334444412525
                 
2. Year - 2. Term
Ders AdıPy1Py2Py3Py4Py5Py6Py7Py8Py9Py10Py11Py12Py13Py14Py15Py16
Classical Art and Architecture II5554555355312235
SURVEYING II5555555555555555
Ancient Greek Language IV5551555155252135
Archaic Pottery5552555155532335
Archaic Sculpture II5552555155512235
Archaic Architecture II5555555155522335
ANATOLIA HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY II4535435435235555
Athenian Black Figure vases5552555155332235
Byzantine Descriptive Art II: Mosaics and Mural5435345534555555
  555555555555555
                 
3. Year - 1. Term
Ders AdıPy1Py2Py3Py4Py5Py6Py7Py8Py9Py10Py11Py12Py13Py14Py15Py16
HELLENISTIC AGE ART AND ARCHITECTURE I5555555555232245
Late Antiquity - The Byzantine Art I5435434455454545
Documentation Techniques in Archaeology5555555555132545
Attic Red-Figured Vases5552555155332145
Ethnoarchaeology5555555255512245
Evolution of the Archaic Period Settlement and Urbanization5554434555455555
LATIN I5555555155152145
EPIGRAPHY5555555155152545
Byzantine Architectural Sculpture I5555555555115545
CLASSIC AGE PLASTIC I5552555155332235
CLASSIC AGE ARCHITECTURE I5555552551124555
                 
3. Year - 2. Term
Ders AdıPy1Py2Py3Py4Py5Py6Py7Py8Py9Py10Py11Py12Py13Py14Py15Py16
Hellenistic Art and Architecture II5555555555112455
Late Antique-Byzantine Era Art II5555555255115255
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH METHODS5555555555555112
Geometric and Archaic Caria5555555255511455
Burial Customs and tradition in western Anatolia5555555555551555
Latin language II5551555 55515315
Epigraphy II5551555155515315
Byzantine Period Architecture and Sculpture II5555555555511555
Classical Sculpture II5555555255112455
Classical Architecture II5555555555112455
                 
4. Year - 1. Term
Ders AdıPy1Py2Py3Py4Py5Py6Py7Py8Py9Py10Py11Py12Py13Py14Py15Py16
SENIOR THESIS I5555555555555555
SEMINAR I5555555555555555
ROMAN AGE ART AND ARCHITECTURE I5555555355511555
numismatic I5555555155331235
PROTECTION AWARENESS AND museology 5552555155331235
Etruscan Archaeology5552555155331235
Early Christian- Byzantine Architecture5555555155511555
Urban Archaeology5555555515533125
LATIN III5551555155335215
Byzantine Handcraft I5555555155331535
HELLENISTIC AGE POTTERY5552555355511555
HELLENISTIC AGE PLASTIC5555555355511555
HELLENISTIC AGE ARCHITECTURE5555555355511535
                 
4. Year - 2. Term
 

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