Human and Environmental Sciences - Modules for 2012-13

Module CodeModule TitleLevelFurther Information
AR1P2Primates to Pyramids: an introduction to world prehistory1More information
AR1RM2From Rome to the Reformation: an introduction to historic archaeology1More information
AR1TS2Bones, Bodies and Burials: the archaeology of death1More information
AR1TS3Practising Archaeology: methods and approaches1More information
AR2F10Careers with Archaeology2More information
AR2F3Silchester Field School (Single Honours)2More information
AR2F3W1Silchester Field School (1 Week Modules pt.1)2More information
AR2F3W12Silchester Field School (2 Week Module pt.1)2More information
AR2F3W2Silchester Field School (1 Week Modules pt.2)2More information
AR2F3W3Silchester Field School (1 Week Modules pt.3)2More information
AR2F3W34Silchester Field School (2 Week Module pt.2)2More information
AR2F3W4Silchester Field School (1 Week Modules pt.4)2More information
AR2F4Silchester Field School (Joint Honours)2More information
AR2F5Techniques in Artefact Interpretation2More information
AR2F6Techniques of Skeletal Interpretation2More information
AR2F9Geophysics2More information
AR2I1Year Abroad: Italian University Course (Archaeology)2More information
AR2L1Study Abroad2More information
AR2L2Study Abroad2More information
AR2M3Post Roman and Early Medieval Europe2More information
AR2M4Later Medieval Europe2More information
AR2P20Peoples and Societies of the Ancient Near East2More information
AR2P21The Mesolithic of North-West Europe2More information
AR2P5The Middle Palaeolithic of Europe and SW Asia2More information
AR2P6Later Prehistoric Europe2More information
AR2R8Rome's Mediterranean Empire2More information
AR2R9Celts and Romans: Northern Europe and Britain2More information
AR2S1Archaeological Science2More information
AR2T1Archaeological Thought2More information
AR2U1Silchester Field School (20 Credit)2More information
AR2U2Silchester Field School (10 credit)2More information
AR2Z1Introduction to Zooarchaeology2More information
AR3D1Dissertation3More information
AR3D2Dissertation (Preparation)3More information
AR3D3Dissertation (Completion)3More information
AR3DCLDissertation3More information
AR3I1Year Abroad: Italian University Course (Archaeology)3More information
AR3M12The Artefacts of Medieval Daily Life3More information
AR3M3Expansion or contraction in the twelfth century?3More information
AR3M9Archaeology of the Dark Ages3More information
AR3P13Emergence of civilisation in Mesopotamia3More information
AR3P17Hominins, Hearths & Handaxes: Studies in the Lower Palaeolithic of North-Western Europe3More information
AR3P19The Archaeology of Early Iran3More information
AR3P9British Prehistory 1: The Age of Stonehenge3More information
AR3R10The Archaeology of Money: Coins, Power & Society3More information
AR3R4Roman Material Culture Studies3More information
AR3R8Imperial Encounters in the Roman World3More information
AR3S10The Archaeology of Food and Nutrition3More information
AR3S12Science and the Dead: Taphonomy and Molecular Analysis of Human Remains3More information
AR3S15People, Plants and Environmental Change3More information
AR3S16Holocene Climate Change and Human Society3More information
AR3S4Micromorphology and the study of early agricultural and urban settlements and landscapes3More information
AR3S6Palaeopathology3More information
AR3S9Coastal and Maritime Archaeology3More information
ARMAMApplications of Micromorphological AnalysisMMore information
ARMDISDissertationMMore information
ARMDWDissertation WorkshopsMMore information
ARME1Essay Module 1MMore information
ARME2Essay Module 2MMore information
ARME3Essay Module 3MMore information
ARMFMField Methods in GeoarchaeologyMMore information
ARMGAGArchaeological GraphicsMMore information
ARMLMLaboratory Methods in GeoarchaeologyMMore information
ARMMLThe Medieval LandscapeMMore information
ARMO12DEmergence of Civilisation in MesopotamiaMMore information
ARMO22DRoman Material Culture StudiesMMore information
ARMO23DMicromorphology and the Study of Early Agricultural and Urban Settlements and LandscapesMMore information
ARMO25DHominins, Hearths & Handaxes: Studies in the Lower Palaeolithic of North-Western EuropeMMore information
ARMO26DExpansion or contraction in the twelfth century?MMore information
ARMO28DPalaeopathologyMMore information
ARMO33DCoastal and Maritime ArchaeologyMMore information
ARMO34DThe Archaeology of Food and NutritionMMore information
ARMO42DScience and the DeadMMore information
ARMO43DArchaeology of the Dark AgesMMore information
ARMO44DVegetation History and ArchaeobotanyMMore information
ARMO45DHuman OsteologyMMore information
ARMO47DImperial Encounters in the Roman WorldMMore information
ARMO49DThe Archaeology of Early IranMMore information
ARMO50DThe Archaeology of Money: Coins, Power & SocietyMMore information
ARMO55DThe Artefacts of Medieval Daily LifeMMore information
ARMO5DThe Age of Hillforts in BritainMMore information
ARMO6DThe Age of Stonehenge in BritainMMore information
ARMPDEPostgraduate Diploma EssayMMore information
ARMQMQuantitative Methods in GeoarchaeologyMMore information
ARMR1DResearch Resources and SkillsMMore information
ARMR2DArchaeological ThoughtMMore information
ARMR3DArchaeological GraphicsMMore information
ARMR4DIssues and Debates in Medieval ArchaeologyMMore information
ARMRDDissertationMMore information
ARMREExtended Research PaperMMore information
ARMRPDissertationMMore information
ARMRSRDissertation: Research Skills and ReportingMMore information
ARMS5Geology and Sedimentology in ArchaeologyMMore information
ARMS6Field Course: Earth Science and Archaeological Investigations in the FieldMMore information
ARMSD MMore information
ARMSP1Seminar PresentationMMore information
ARMTMLThe Medieval LandscapeMMore information
ES0ENSEnvironmental Science0More information
ES1A3Chemistry of the Earth and Environment1More information
ES1A4Introduction to Physics of the Environment1More information
ES1B1Introduction to Environmental Science1More information
ES1B2Environmental Science Field Class1More information
ES1C1Quantitative Methods for Environmental Science1More information
ES1D1Earth Structure and Processes1More information
ES1D2Earth Materials1More information
ES1E1Soils in the Environment1More information
ES1F2Biogeography and Soils1More information
ES2B4Predicting Natural and Contaminated Environments2More information
ES2C5Crime Scene Analysis2More information
ES2D5Sustainable Resource Management2More information
ES2F4Soil Ecology and Functions2More information
ES2G4Skills for Environmental Scientists2More information
ES2H4Transport Processes in the Environment2More information
ES2I4Skills for Environmental Scientists2More information
ES2M5Quaternary Global Climate Change2More information
ES2N5Laboratory Methods in Environmental Science2More information
ES2PEProfessional Experience2More information
ES2Z6Environmental Science Field Class 22More information
ES3F8Applied and Environmental Soil Microbiology3More information
ES3G8Contaminated land management3More information
ES3I7Carbon and Global Change3More information
ES3IPIndependent Project3More information
ES3J8Soil, Atmosphere and Vegetation Modelling3More information
ES3LPEnvironmental Science Literature Project3More information
ES3SAStudy Abroad3More information
ES3Z8Earth Systems Field Class3More information
GG1BOOGeographies of Boom and Bust1More information
GG1CClimatology1More information
GG1DHydrology1More information
GG1EIEnvironmental Issues1More information
GG1ENVEnvironment and Development1More information
GG1GSGeomorphology1More information
GG1GTGeographical Techniques1More information
GG1HGEGeography and the Global Economy1More information
GG1HGPHuman Geography Principles and Practice1More information
GG1HGTHuman Geography Skills and Concepts1More information
GG1HPPPeople and Places in the Global Economy1More information
GG1SNSociety and Nature1More information
GG2BCBiogeography and Conservation2More information
GG2CDSCareer Development Skills2More information
GG2CGCultural Geography2More information
GG2CIPCulture, Identity and Place2More information
GG2EREnergy Resources2More information
GG2FCCrete Field Class2More information
GG2FC2Crete September Field Class2More information
GG2FHHuman Geography Fieldclass2More information
GG2FPPhysical Geography Fieldclass2More information
GG2FRRegional Science Fieldclass2More information
GG2FSESouth-East England Fieldclass2More information
GG2GISGIS and Digital Cartography2More information
GG2GROGrowth, Degrowth and Sustainability2More information
GG2H1Geographies of Development2More information
GG2H2Economic Geography2More information
GG2HPHistory and Philosophy of Geography2More information
GG2MESMonitoring the Earth from Space2More information
GG2P1Geomorphological Hazards2More information
GG2P10Image Processing2More information
GG2P3Human Activity and Environmental Change2More information
GG2P5Hydrological Processes2More information
GG2P9Remote Sensing2More information
GG2RTGResearch Training for Geographers2More information
GG2SDASpatial Data in the Digital Age2More information
GG2SGSocial Geography2More information
GG2TPTeam Projects2More information
GG2WPWeb Page Development2More information
GG311Social Inequality and Difference3More information
GG315Geographies of Children & Youth3More information
GG321Work, Employment and Development3More information
GG323Sustainable Development3More information
GG324Urban Governance3More information
GG334Glacial & Periglacial Geomorphology3More information
GG340Biodiversity and Conservation Field Class3More information
GG342Environmental Modelling3More information
GG344Culture and Development in Africa3More information
GG361Aquatic Environments: Problems and Management3More information
GG362Water Resources3More information
GG375Case Studies in Regional Science3More information
GG3APAir Pollution: Effects and Control3More information
GG3CCClimate Change3More information
GG3DDissertation3More information
GG3DRSDissertation for Regional Scientists3More information
GG3EPJEcology, Politics and Justice3More information
GG3ER1ERASMUS Exchange Programme3More information
GG3ER2ERASMUS Exchange Programme3More information
GG3ER3ERASMUS Exchange Programme3More information
GG3ER4ERASMUS Exchange Programme3More information
GG3NRRNeighbourhood Renewal and Regeneration3More information
GG3PRHuman Geography of the Polar Regions3More information
GG3RSDResilience for Sustainable Development3More information

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