Your Basic Education

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics notes that you must have at least a master's degree to teach archaeology, and foreign countries often have stringent requirements for archaeological exploration that can be met only if you have a doctorate. Expect to spend at least six years getting a bachelor’s degree and a master's degree, and several additional years to complete your doctoral requirements. A doctorate typically requires a dissertation. In addition, you may want to take courses that are not offered in an archaeological program. For example, if you will be conducting underwater explorations, you should learn to scuba dive.

Graduate Programs

The website of the Advisory Council on Underwater Archaeology notes that a limited number of institutions offered graduate programs in marine or underwater archaeology in 2013. Some institutions offer studies in marine archaeology or related fields even if they don’t offer an actual graduate degree. Each program may have a slightly different focus, such as North American archaeology, ancient history or a particular period in history, so do your research. Field work will be done at the university’s current sites, and some may offer better opportunities than others.


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