2361 CLASSICAL ARCHAEOLOGY

GENERAL INFORMATION
Department of archaeology in Pamukkale University educates students who will follow an academic career or work in a museum as an archaeologist. The department is especially strong on the archaeology of Asia Minor from Prehistoric ages to the end of Roman period.

Objective
The aim of this program is that students could use the original results of work obtained by his researches and he could make new evaluations, they are also able to obtain the knowledge for any technical work for field studies and also use them for interdisciplinary studies.


Admission Requirements
First cycle degree, acceptable score on centralized graduate entrance exam, placement through local oral/written exam and certificate of English proficiency

Graduation Requirements
A student must complete the required course load (21 PAU credits) with a CGPA of at least 3.00/4.00; present a research seminar and successfully prepare and defend a thesis.

Career Opportunties
To work for Ministry of Culture and Tourism(General Directorate of Cultural Heritage and Museumsi DOSIMM.)

Qualification Awarded
Classıcal Archaeology

Level of Qualification
Second Cycle (Master's Degree)

Recognition of Prior Learning
Recognition of previous structured lectures in Turkish Higher Education Institutions, transitions in vertical, horizontal and university are realized within the scope of the "Higher Education Regulations", "REGULATION BETWEEN THE BACHELORS AND GRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAMS, ON HIGHER EDUCATION AND TRANSITION BETWEEN DOUBLE MAJOR DALL, SIDE DALL AND CREDIT TRANSFER STANDARDS

Qualification Requirements and Regulations
A student must complete the required course load (21 PAU credits) with a CGPA of at least 3.00/4.00; present a research seminar and successfully prepare and defend a thesis.

Access to Further Studies
May apply to PhD programs

Mode of Study
Full Time

Examination Regulations, Assessment and Grading
Measurement and evaluation methods that is applied for each course, is detailed in "Course Structure&ECTS Credits".

Contact (Programme Director or Equivalent)
Contact information was not found.


PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES
1Use creative results with own studies as interdisciplinary and produce new evaluations.
2Know necessary excavation practices in advanced level and use them as interdisciplinary.
3Systematically evaluate and apply expertise level information of own field.
4Make integration with different disciplines a new result or evaluation which obtained own field studies
5Be gained high level skills research methods about field studies.
6Make creative and independent study which combined different study and projects in field.
7Wide limits of information with publishing at least one scientific article about own field in foremost periodical
8Develop information and accumulations which obtained own field and reach expertise level.
9Research, develop of social relationships which own studied regions and try to change if it is necessary
TEACHING & LEARNING METHODS
NameComments
LecturingLecturing is one of the methods that come first, where the teacher is in the center. It is a method where the teacher actively describes topics and the students are passive listeners. With this method, lesson proceeds in the form of report, description and explanation.
DebateDepending on the situation, debate is a tool that allows all students, or a specific portion of the class to participate in the lesson. In this method, members of the group discuss a topic by addressing the various points of view and discuss alternative opinions about problem-solving.
Case Study Case studies require students to actively participate while using an analytical perspective to think about real and problematic events. The problematic event may be real or very close to real life. Student(s) working on the documents that include the necessary data and descriptions of the
Problem SolvingThe name given to any doubt or ambiguity that arises is, a problem. Problems which usually have a role in human life, that have preventing or annoying aspects are solved by considering the stages of scientific methods. (a) Problems are determined. (b) The problem is identified. 
Cooperative LearningCooperative Learning is; a kind of learning that is based on the students working together for a common purpose. Children with different skills come together in heterogeneous groups to learn by helping each other. Students gain experiences such as becoming aware of the unity
Questions –AnswersThe different types of Questions used (associative, differential, assessment, requesting information, motivating, and brainstorming) although students get in to more active positions during the process; the method is teacher-centered. If possible Questions, that serve a purpose and
ProjectProject-based learning is a learning way which leads students to deal with interesting problems and to create extraordinary products at the end of this. It allows students to use their creativity and it requires them to look at events perceptively.
Technical TourIs a method that takes learning to the out of the classroom. It is a method that provides students to make direct observations and to gain information by taking them to places, such as factories, museums, libraries, various government agencies, mountains, forests, lakes, parks and gardens.
InterviewThis is when the teacher brings in (writers, artists, designers, writers, illustrators, etc.) because he/she is not equipped with the adequate facilities to do with certain issues or situations. It is a technique that triggers the senses of students. In some cases, students interview certain people

Learning Outcomes - NQF-HETR Relation
NQF-HETR CategoryNQF-HETR Sub-CategoryNQF-HETRLearning Outcomes
INFORMATION  01
INFORMATION  02
SKILLS  01
SKILLS  02
SKILLS  03
COMPETENCIESCommunication and Social Competence 01
COMPETENCIESCommunication and Social Competence 02
COMPETENCIESCommunication and Social Competence 03
COMPETENCIESCommunication and Social Competence 04
COMPETENCIESCompetence to Work Independently and Take Responsibility 01
COMPETENCIESCompetence to Work Independently and Take Responsibility 02
COMPETENCIESCompetence to Work Independently and Take Responsibility 03
COMPETENCIESField Specific Competencies 01
COMPETENCIESField Specific Competencies 02
COMPETENCIESField Specific Competencies 03
COMPETENCIESLearning Competence 01
    

Learning Outcomes - Fields of Education Relation (Academic)
FOE CategoryFOE Sub-CategoryFOELearning Outcomes
INFORMATION  01
INFORMATION  02
INFORMATION  03
INFORMATION  04
SKILLS  01
SKILLS  02
SKILLS  03
SKILLS  04
COMPETENCIESCommunication and Social Competence 01
COMPETENCIESCommunication and Social Competence 02
COMPETENCIESCommunication and Social Competence 03
COMPETENCIESCommunication and Social Competence 04
COMPETENCIESCommunication and Social Competence 05
COMPETENCIESCompetence to Work Independently and Take Responsibility 01
COMPETENCIESCompetence to Work Independently and Take Responsibility 02
COMPETENCIESCompetence to Work Independently and Take Responsibility 03
COMPETENCIESCompetence to Work Independently and Take Responsibility 04
COMPETENCIESField Specific Competencies 01
COMPETENCIESField Specific Competencies 02
COMPETENCIESField Specific Competencies 03
COMPETENCIESLearning Competence 01
COMPETENCIESLearning Competence 02
    

Learning Outcomes - Fields of Education Relation (Vocational)
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COURS STRUCTURE & ECTS CREDITS
Year :
Course Plan

1st Semester Course Plan
Course CodeCourse TitleL+P HourECTSCourse Type
ARK 505 ANCIENT CITIES OF ANATOLIA I 2+0 5 Compulsory
ARK 517 MYTHOLOGY AND ICONOGRAPHY I 2+0 5 Compulsory
- Elective 2+0 5 Elective
- Elective 2+0 5 Elective
- Elective 2+0 5 Elective
- Elective 2+0 5 Elective
  Total 30  
1st Semester Elective Groups : Elective
Course CodeCourse TitleL+P HourECTSCourse Type
ARK 507 RESEARCH METHODS I 2+0 Elective
ARK 509 ARCHITECTURE OF HELLENISTIC AND ROMAN PERIODS I 2+0 Elective
ARK 519 WESTERN ANATOLIAN CIVILIZATION IN THE FIRST MILLENNIUM BC I 2+0 Elective
ARK 527 ARCHAEOLOGY OF LYCUS VALLEY I 2+0 Elective
ARK 529 HELLENISTIC AND ROMAN POTTERY I 2+0 Elective
ARK 531 HELLENISTIC AND ROMAN SCULPTURE I 2+0 Elective
ARK 533 ARCHAEOLOGY OF CILICIA REGION I 2+0 Elective
ARK 535 ARCHAEOLOGY OF PISIDIA REGION I 2+0 Elective
ARK 537 ICONOGRAPHIE OF ROMAN ART I 2+0 Elective
ARK 539 SOCIAL LIFE IN ANCIENT TIME I 2+0 Elective
ARK 541 THE SCULPTURE OF ROMAN IN AUGUSTUS AND HADRIANUS PERIODS I 2+0 Elective
ARK 543 STRATONICIA ARCHEOLOGY OF CITY 2+0 Elective
ARK 545 ARCHEOLOGY OF ANCIENT CITY EPHESUS 2+0 Elective
ARK 547 EPIGRAPHY 2+0 Elective
ARK 549 ROMAN PROVINCIAL COINAGE- I 2+0 Elective
ARK 551 LOCAL RELIGIONS IN WESTERN ANATOLIA 2+0 Elective
ARK 552 THE NEOLITHIC AGE ARCHITECTURE IN WESTERN ANATOLIA - I 2+0 Elective
ARK 553 THE PROBLEMS OF BYZANTINE ARCHITECTURE AND RESEARCHES-I 2+0 Elective

2nd Semester Course Plan
Course CodeCourse TitleL+P HourECTSCourse Type
ARK 550 SEMINAR 0+2 5 Compulsory
ARK 506 ANCIENT CITIES OF ANATOLIA II 2+0 5 Compulsory
- Elective 2+0 5 Elective
- Elective 2+0 5 Elective
- Elective 2+0 5 Elective
- Elective 2+0 5 Elective
  Total 30  
2nd Semester Elective Groups : Elective
Course CodeCourse TitleL+P HourECTSCourse Type
ARK 508 RESEARCH METHODS II 2+0 Elective
ARK 510 ARCHITECTURE OF HELLENISTIC AND ROMAN PERIODS II 2+0 Elective
ARK 518 MYTHOLOGY AND ICONOGRAPHY II 2+0 Elective
ARK 520 WESTERN ANATOLIAN CIVILIZATION IN THE FIRST MILLENNIUM BC II 2+0 Elective
ARK 528 ARCHAEOLOGY OF LYCUS VALLEY II 2+0 Elective
ARK 530 HELLENISTIC AND ROMAN POTTERY II 2+0 Elective
ARK 532 HELLENISTIC AND ROMAN SCULPTURE II 2+0 Elective
ARK 534 ARCHAEOLOGY OF CILICIA REGION II 2+0 Elective
ARK 536 ARCHAEOLOGY OF PISIDIA REGION II 2+0 Elective
ARK 538 ICONOGRAPHIE OF ROMAN ART II 2+0 Elective
ARK 540 SOCIAL LIFE IN ANCIENT TIME II 2+0 Elective
ARK 542 THE SCULPTURE OF ROMAN IN AUGUSTUS AND HADRIANUS PERIODS II 2+0 Elective
ARK 544 ROMAN PROVINCIAL COINAGE II 2+0 Elective
ARK 554 THE CHALCOLITHIC AGE ARCHITECTURE IN WESTERN ANATOLIA - II 2+0 Elective

3rd Semester Course Plan
Course CodeCourse TitleL+P HourECTSCourse Type
ARK 500 MASTER'S THESIS 0+0 20 Compulsory
ARK 700 FIELD OF STUDY COURSE 6+0 10 Compulsory
  Total 30  

4th Semester Course Plan
Course CodeCourse TitleL+P HourECTSCourse Type
ARK 700 FIELD OF STUDY COURSE 6+0 10 Compulsory
ARK 500 MASTER'S THESIS 0+0 20 Compulsory
  Total 30  


COURSE & PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES
Year : Compulsory Courses
Course TitleC/EPO 01PO 02PO 03PO 04PO 05PO 06PO 07PO 08PO 09
ANCIENT CITIES OF ANATOLIA IC*********
ANCIENT CITIES OF ANATOLIA IIC**** ****
EXPERTISE FIELD COURSESC         
FIELD OF STUDY COURSEC*********
MASTER'S THESISC**** ****
MYTHOLOGY AND ICONOGRAPHY IC*********
SEMINARC*********
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Elective Courses
Course TitleC/EPO 01PO 02PO 03PO 04PO 05PO 06PO 07PO 08PO 09
ARCHAEOLOGY OF CILICIA REGION IE**** ****
ARCHAEOLOGY OF CILICIA REGION IIE*********
ARCHAEOLOGY OF LYCUS VALLEY IE*********
ARCHAEOLOGY OF LYCUS VALLEY IIE*********
ARCHAEOLOGY OF PISIDIA REGION IE*********
ARCHAEOLOGY OF PISIDIA REGION IIE*********
ARCHEOLOGY OF ANCIENT CITY EPHESUSE*********
ARCHITECTURE OF HELLENISTIC AND ROMAN PERIODS IE*********
ARCHITECTURE OF HELLENISTIC AND ROMAN PERIODS IIE*********
EPIGRAPHYE         
HELLENISTIC AND ROMAN POTTERY IE*********
HELLENISTIC AND ROMAN POTTERY IIE*********
HELLENISTIC AND ROMAN SCULPTURE IE*********
HELLENISTIC AND ROMAN SCULPTURE IIE*********
ICONOGRAPHIE OF ROMAN ART IE** **  **
ICONOGRAPHIE OF ROMAN ART IIE*****  **
LOCAL RELIGIONS IN WESTERN ANATOLIAE         
MYTHOLOGY AND ICONOGRAPHY IIE* ** ****
RESEARCH METHODS IE********
RESEARCH METHODS IIE*********
ROMAN PROVINCIAL COINAGE- IE         
ROMAN PROVINCIAL COINAGE IIE         
SOCIAL LIFE IN ANCIENT TIME IE*********
SOCIAL LIFE IN ANCIENT TIME IIE*********
STRATONICIA ARCHEOLOGY OF CITYE*********
THE CHALCOLITHIC AGE ARCHITECTURE IN WESTERN ANATOLIA - IIE*********
THE NEOLITHIC AGE ARCHITECTURE IN WESTERN ANATOLIA - IE         
THE PROBLEMS OF BYZANTINE ARCHITECTURE AND RESEARCHES-IE         
THE SCULPTURE OF ROMAN IN AUGUSTUS AND HADRIANUS PERIODS IE*********
THE SCULPTURE OF ROMAN IN AUGUSTUS AND HADRIANUS PERIODS IIE******* *
WESTERN ANATOLIAN CIVILIZATION IN THE FIRST MILLENNIUM BC IE*********
WESTERN ANATOLIAN CIVILIZATION IN THE FIRST MILLENNIUM BC IIE*********
L+P: Lecture and Practice
C: Compulsory
E: Elective
PQ: Program Learning Outcomes
TH [5]: Too High
H [4]: High
M [3]: Medium
L [2]: Low
TL [1]: Too Low
None [0]: None
FOE [0]: Field of Education
NQF-HETR : National Qualifications Framework For Higher Education in Turkey
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