||Memorial University of Newfoundland
|Field of Study:
ARCHAEOLOGY approaches past human cultures through what they have left behind: material culture or artifacts; ecofacts, including animal bones and plant remains; architectural features and even cultural landscapes, like settlement systems or coastal zones. Bioarchaeologists specialize in the study of human remains.|
The Archaeology Department includes prehistorians who work on the undocumented people of the distant past as well as historical archaeologists, who work on the people who took part in the post-medieval expansion of Europe. The Department specializes in the North Atlantic world and in the Canadian Subarctic.
Archaeology at Memorial University of Newfoundland
|Grade for Entrance Previous Year (%)*:
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Grade 12 English
2 of: Grade 12 Mathematics
2 of: Grade 12 Science
Grade 12 Social Science or Grade 12 International Languages
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