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Course Information

Classes are offered remotely and the language of instruction is English.  The AAS course consists of six weekly sessions which are scheduled for every Saturday beginning May 14th and ending on June 18th. Classes begin at 10am PST and end at 12pm PST. Attendance is mandatory for all sessions in order to remain enrolled. 

Students will receive a course completion certificate at the end of the program. There is no tuition or registration fees -- the course is free of charge to those accepted into the program.

Modules

Introduction to 
Archaeology 

Cultural Heritage &
Community Archaeology

Greek Geography &
History of Ancient Greece

UNESCO World
Heritage

The Antikythera
Mechanism

The Late Bronze Age: Case
Study of Knossos and Pylos

The Classical Period - Case
Study of Classical Athens

The Byzantine Period: Case
Study of Hagia Sophia

Greek Archaeology
Today

AI & Ancient Olympia