Archeological Studies 400
Honors. Archeological Studies majors may undertake Honors research during their senior year under the supervision of a faculty advisor who is normally a member of the Curricular Committee on Archeology. An Honors Project normally consists of a written thesis or other creative project based on original library, laboratory, or field research, or some combination thereof. The final project is submitted in the spring semester of the senior year and followed by a public presentation.
These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.
|Archeological Studies 400||Taught by Cynthia Chapman, Karla Hubbard, or Amy Margaris|
|Archeological Studies 400||Taught by Cynthia Chapman, Karla Hubbard, Amy Margaris, or Andrew Wilburn|
|Archeological Studies 400||Taught by Andrew Wilburn|
|Archeological Studies 400||Taught by Susan Kane|