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General Description
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Fax : +90 246 237 1106  
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Address : Süleyman Demirel Üniversitesi Fen - Edebiyat Fakültesi Doğu Kampüsü 32260 ISPARTA  
General Information : Archaeology is a science that works in collaboration with other scientific fields to discover human past.  
Qualification Awarded : Students graduated from this program will have Master's degree in Archaeology .  
Level of Qualification : Second Cycle (Master?s Degree)/ Third Cycle (Doctorate Degree).This is a second cycle degree program in the science of Archaeology(90 ECTS). You will be awarded, on successful completion of the programme and gain competencies, a degree of Master in Archaeology.  
Specific Admission Requirements : Students, willing to enrol in this graduate programme, must comply with the legal and academic requirements to access the studies in The Sakarya University according to the process established by the YÖK (Higher Education Council) regulations. The detail information about the application (once or sometimes twice a year) and access requirements are released before academic year starts on its web site (sosyal@sdu.edu.tr). Yurtiçi Students who have started studies in other universities within or outside of the country may apply for their recognition. The recognition record is unique for each student and therefore the procedure is carried out accordingly before the start of each academic year. Under an established exchanges program or one approved by the University, exchange students from abroad may be accepted for studies on the courses taught in English. Or, if they are confident in Turkish, they may then enrol in any courses, running in Turkish, shown on the ?Course Structure? diagram. For example, Erasmus students from abroad want to spend one term or two terms in a graduate programme at Sakarya University should apply to International Relation Office. The detail information on the application procedure is given in their web site.  
Specific Arrangements for Recognition of Prior Learning (formal, non-formal and informal) :  
Qualification Requirements and Regulations : National qualifications frameworks may contain levels (or intermediate qualifications) within the three Bologna cycles (e.g. a short cycle within the first cycle). These levels allow institutions to structure a particular qualification and regulate progression through the qualification. Qualification Requirements and Regulations are enacted by YÖK (The Council Of Higher Education) in Turkey.  
Profile of The Programme : The programme for masters degree focusses on doing scientific research work independently as well as doing teamwork. Emphasis too is being placed on critical studies and constructive criticism. In preparation for one?s doctoral thesis students should be able to write incisive critiques.  
Occupational Profiles of Graduates with Examples :  
Access to Further Studies : Upon a successful completion of the programme, student may continue with doctoral study in the same or similar scientific areas, which may accept students from the science of Archaeology.  
Aims Of Programme : Archaeology is a science that seeks to understand and interpret the past. The aim of archaeology is not merely to find objects from the past, but to understand ancient cultures and thereby improve our understanding of modern society. The programme for Master Degree?s is aimed to introduce students into the main subjects of archaeology, enables them to do research and to work independently as well as to do teamwork. Students will be provided with necessary tools to participate at an excavation such as practical experiences and scientific methods.  
Examination Regulations, Assessment and Grading : They are specified in each course. Please see the Course Structure for details.  
Graduation Requirements : In order to gain the degree, the student is required to have minimum 60 ECTS credits lectures (from the graduate course programme) and successfully completed them. Then, the student should prepare a thesis after caring out a research on a topic supervised by a senior lecturer. On a successful submission of thesis, student is required to give a successful oral examination on his/her work.  
Mode of Study (full-time, part-time, e-learning etc.) : They are specified in each course, please see for the Course Structre for details.  

Program Learning Outcomes
1 To perform independently an excavation, survey or sondage by archaeological criteria,
2 To work on one?s own scientificly on different level ? in research, on projects or starting from a hypothesis,
3 To recognize periods in their chronological order and relate them to historical events, examine and categorize material remains and put finds into a context,
4 To recognize on material remains styles and other distinctive characteristics,
5 To draw the conclusion of an analogy, raising questions on one?s own and being familiar with the language of science,
6 Participate in national and international exchange of ideas and take up a position on archaeological questions,
7 Working interdisciplinary,
8 Taking responsibilities for the protection of the historical heritage
9 To put an archaeological problem into practice.

 

Course Structure&ECTS Credits

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For Each Student there must be 30 ECTS Credits for each Semester.There must be 60 ECTS Credits for an academic year.

-1.Semester
Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Course Type Credit ECTS Print
02ARK7502
Seminar
Compulsory 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK8502
Thesis (MA)
Compulsory 3,00 24,00 Print
02ARK5129
Roman Provincial Coins
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5101
Pottery Workshops of Archaic Period
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5102
Art in Pisidian Region
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5103
Pisidian Archaeology
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5104
Ancient Pisidian Settlements
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5105
Gods and Sancutuaries of Pisidia
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5106
Iconographical Research
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5107
East - West Relations in Ancient Times
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5108
Methods of Scientific Research
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5109
Review of Scientific Publications
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5110
Roman Sculpture Workshops in Anatolia
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5112
Architectural Ornaments in Antiquity
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5113
Romanization of Pisidia
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5114
Planning in Ancient Housing Architecture
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5115
Late Antique Portraiture
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5117
Etruscans - Architecture
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5118
Etruscans - Painting and Plastic Arts
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5119
Crititique of Copies
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK9501
Expertise Field Study-1 (MSc)
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK9502
Expertise Field Study-1 (MSc)
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK9503
Expertise Field Study-2 (MSc)
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK9504
Expertise Field Study-2 (MSc)
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5121
Roman Sarcophagi
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
Hellenistic Kingdoms and Its Cultures
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
Environmental Archaeology
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5122
Archaeological writings
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5125
Archaeology and Numismatics
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5128
Roman Ceramic Schools
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5127
Roman Religion and roman cults
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
Pisidian Numismaitcs I
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5126
Theory and Methodology in Archaeology
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5124
Burial Customs in Ancient Times
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5123
Human Geograpgy
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
Settlement Models of Hellenistic Period
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5130
Black Figured Pottery Schools
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
     Total ECTS:30  

Total.ECTS(Yearly): 60




1.Semester
Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Course Type Credit ECTS Print
02ARK5111
Roman Sculpture in Anatolia
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5116
Late Antique and Byzantine Art
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5120
Technology of Ancient World
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
     Total ECTS:0  

Total.ECTS(Yearly): 60




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-1.Semester
Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Course Type Credit ECTS Print
02ARK7502
Seminar
Compulsory 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK8502
Thesis (MA)
Compulsory 3,00 24,00 Print
02ARK5129
Roman Provincial Coins
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5101
Pottery Workshops of Archaic Period
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5102
Art in Pisidian Region
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5103
Pisidian Archaeology
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5104
Ancient Pisidian Settlements
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5105
Gods and Sancutuaries of Pisidia
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5106
Iconographical Research
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5107
East - West Relations in Ancient Times
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5108
Methods of Scientific Research
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5109
Review of Scientific Publications
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5110
Roman Sculpture Workshops in Anatolia
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5112
Architectural Ornaments in Antiquity
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5113
Romanization of Pisidia
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5114
Planning in Ancient Housing Architecture
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5115
Late Antique Portraiture
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5117
Etruscans - Architecture
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5118
Etruscans - Painting and Plastic Arts
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5119
Crititique of Copies
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK9501
Expertise Field Study-1 (MSc)
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK9502
Expertise Field Study-1 (MSc)
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK9503
Expertise Field Study-2 (MSc)
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK9504
Expertise Field Study-2 (MSc)
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5121
Roman Sarcophagi
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5122
Archaeological writings
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5125
Archaeology and Numismatics
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5128
Roman Ceramic Schools
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5127
Roman Religion and roman cults
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5126
Theory and Methodology in Archaeology
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5124
Burial Customs in Ancient Times
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5123
Human Geograpgy
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5130
Black Figured Pottery Schools
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
     Total ECTS:30  

Total.ECTS(Yearly): 60




1.Semester
Course Unit Code Course Unit Title Course Type Credit ECTS Print
02ARK5111
Roman Sculpture in Anatolia
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5116
Late Antique and Byzantine Art
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
02ARK5120
Technology of Ancient World
Optional 3,00 6,00 Print
     Total ECTS:0  

Total.ECTS(Yearly): 60