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3720. Lab Methods in Archaeological and Forensic Science

1.00 credits | May be repeated for a total of 3 credits.

Prerequisites: None.

Grading Basis: Graded

Introduction to scientific lab methods used in archaeology and forensics. Includes three stand alone modules, each dedicated to a different method. Each module consists of 15 contact hours comprised of labs and lectures and takes place during a single weekend. Repeatable to a maximum of three credits.


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Term Campus Instruction Mode Instructor Section Session Schedule Location Enrollment Notes
Spring 2020 Storrs In Person Petrillo, Ashley 001 Reg SaSu 10:00am‑4:00pm
BCH 443 9/21 Module meets Thursday January 30th from 6pm - 8pm, Friday January 31st from 6pm- 8pm, Saturday February 1st from 10am - 4pm and Sunday February 2nd from 10am - 4pm. Students may take up to 3 of 4 modules for a total of 3 credits.
Spring 2020 Storrs In Person Clifton, Breanne 002 Reg SaSu 9:00am‑5:00pm
BCH 443 2/17 Module meets Saturday February 15th from 9am - 5pm and Sunday February 16th from 9am - 5pm. Students may take up to 3 of 4 modules for a total of 3 credits.
Spring 2020 Storrs In Person Hartman, Gideon
Zinsious, Brandon
003 Reg FrSaSu 9:00am‑2:00pm
OAK 235 8/15 Module meets Friday March 27th from 4pm - 6pm, Saturday March 28th from 9am - 4pm and Sunday March 29th from 9am - 2pm. Students may take up to 3 of 4 modules for a total of 3 credits.
Spring 2020 Storrs In Person Hartman, Gideon 004 Reg SaSu 9:00am‑3:00pm
OAK 104 8/17 Module meets Friday February 28th from 4pm - 6pm, Saturday February 29th from 9am - 3pm, and Sunday March 1st from 9am - 3pm. Students may take up to 3 of 4 modules for a total of 3 credits.