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Archaeology
General Description
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Brief History
Department of Archeology was established in 2005 in Bursa Uludağ University. Undergraduate, master and PhD. educations are still active in our department. 3 professor, 2 associate professor, 1 lecturer and 6 research assistants are working in our department. In the University our department assumes 2 research centers management. These are Mosaic Research Center AIEMA-TURKEY and The Research center of Archaeology.
Ph.D. education has been started in 2010.
Besides the environmental archaeology (Bithynia ve Mysia), basic classical archaeology, some lessons about underwater archaeology and ancient mosaics are given.
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Qualification Awarded
Doctorate Degree (Ph.D.)
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Level of Qualification
Third Cycle
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Specific Admission Requirements
1- Master of Arts Degree in Archaeology 2- Sufficient score in the Academic Staff and Graduate Study Education Exam (ALES) (at least 55 out of 100. ALES certificate and the certificates, which have international validity, like GRE, GMAT etc. are sufficient. It is not demanded any score in ALES.) 3-Sufficient foreign language score (at least 55 for YDS and YÖKDİL in English, German languages, at least 55 for TOEFL IBT, and at least 134 for TOEFL CBT, and at least 453 for TOEFL PBT and the equivalent exams. Also it is demanded Turkish proficiency certificate and sufficient foreign language score in English, German, languages for foreign students (except the students who graduated in Turkey) 50% of ALES Score + 15% of CGPA + 15% of Foreign Language Score+ 20% of Interview: The candidates are ranged according to their total score after the evaluation and they are accepted according to starting with the highest score. For foreign students: 50% of GPA + 50% Interview: The candidates are ranged according to their total score after the evaluation and they are accepted according to starting with the highest score.
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Specific arrangements for the recognition of prior learning
The provisions in “Regulation on Transfer among Associate and Undergraduate Degree Programs, Double Major, and Subspecialty and the Principals of Credit Transfer among Institutions in Higher Education Institutions” are applied.
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Qualification Requirements and Regulations
To complete Doctorate Program the student have to be successful at least 240 ECTS from available courses. Additionally the students have to have at least 75 on the basis of 100. Finally the student has to prepare a thesis in an area which is relevant to own subject. The thesis has to be defended across the selected jury.
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Profile of The Programme
Ph.D. program focuses on environmental archaeology, classical archaeology, underwater archaeology and ancient mosaics.
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Key Learning Outcomes & Classified & Comparative
1. Students will be able to distinguish and analyze stylistic and chronological problems of the archaeological data and material.
2. Students will be able to protect archaeological material and have it recognized by the public within the interrelation of tourism and environment.
3. Students will be able to register archaeological data within the visual and verbal framework also with the help of digital documentation sources.
4. Students will gain technical skills about underwater archaeology.
5. Students will be able to use various disciplines in order to solve or discuss a problem concerning archaeology.
6. Students will be able to develop a project or take a responsibility at field (i.e., excavation and survey).
7. Students will have a notion about Ancient Anatolian Mosaics, iconography, archaeological methods and technics and chronology.
8. Students will be able to use literature about Archaeology.
9. Students will be able to be aware of the professional ethical responsibilities.
10. Students will be able to make independent decisions and work independently during the analysis of the archeological problems.
11. Drawing architectural plans profiles and valuate them.
12. Ability for using software such as Microsoft Office, Photoshop, autoCAD, Freehand, and netCAD.
SKILLS Cognitive - Practical
  • Students will have a notion about Ancient Anatolian Mosaics, iconography, archaeological methods and technics and chronology.
  • Students will be able to distinguish and analyze stylistic and chronological problems of the archaeological data and material.
  • Students will be able to use various disciplines in order to solve or discuss a problem concerning archaeology.
  • Students will gain technical skills about underwater archaeology.
  • Drawing architectural plans profiles and valuate them.
  • Ability for using software such as Microsoft Office, Photoshop, autoCAD, Freehand, and netCAD.
  • Students will be able to make independent decisions and work independently during the analysis of the archeological problems.
  • Students will be able to develop a project or take a responsibility at field (i.e., excavation and survey).
  • Students will be able to use literature about Archaeology.
  • Students will be able to protect archaeological material and have it recognized by the public within the interrelation of tourism and environment.
  • Students will be able to register archaeological data within the visual and verbal framework also with the help of digital documentation sources.
KNOWLEDGE Theoretical - Conceptual
  • Students will be able to protect archaeological material and have it recognized by the public within the interrelation of tourism and environment.
  • Students will be able to be aware of the professional ethical responsibilities.
  • Ability for using software such as Microsoft Office, Photoshop, autoCAD, Freehand, and netCAD.
  • Students will be able to use literature about Archaeology.
  • Students will have a notion about Ancient Anatolian Mosaics, iconography, archaeological methods and technics and chronology.
  • Students will be able to distinguish and analyze stylistic and chronological problems of the archaeological data and material.
  • Students will be able to use various disciplines in order to solve or discuss a problem concerning archaeology.
  • Drawing architectural plans profiles and valuate them.
  • Students will be able to register archaeological data within the visual and verbal framework also with the help of digital documentation sources.
  • Students will gain technical skills about underwater archaeology.
  • Students will be able to make independent decisions and work independently during the analysis of the archeological problems.
  • Students will be able to develop a project or take a responsibility at field (i.e., excavation and survey).
COMPETENCES Field Specific Competence
  • Students will be able to protect archaeological material and have it recognized by the public within the interrelation of tourism and environment.
  • Students will be able to register archaeological data within the visual and verbal framework also with the help of digital documentation sources.
  • Students will be able to distinguish and analyze stylistic and chronological problems of the archaeological data and material.
  • Students will be able to make independent decisions and work independently during the analysis of the archeological problems.
  • Students will be able to develop a project or take a responsibility at field (i.e., excavation and survey).
  • Students will be able to use various disciplines in order to solve or discuss a problem concerning archaeology.
  • Students will be able to be aware of the professional ethical responsibilities.
COMPETENCES Competence to Work Independently and Take Responsibility
  • Students will be able to distinguish and analyze stylistic and chronological problems of the archaeological data and material.
  • Students will be able to use various disciplines in order to solve or discuss a problem concerning archaeology.
  • Students will have a notion about Ancient Anatolian Mosaics, iconography, archaeological methods and technics and chronology.
  • Students will be able to make independent decisions and work independently during the analysis of the archeological problems.
  • Students will gain technical skills about underwater archaeology.
  • Drawing architectural plans profiles and valuate them.
  • Ability for using software such as Microsoft Office, Photoshop, autoCAD, Freehand, and netCAD.
  • Students will be able to register archaeological data within the visual and verbal framework also with the help of digital documentation sources.
  • Students will be able to protect archaeological material and have it recognized by the public within the interrelation of tourism and environment.
  • Students will be able to develop a project or take a responsibility at field (i.e., excavation and survey).
COMPETENCES Communication and Social Competence
  • Students will be able to distinguish and analyze stylistic and chronological problems of the archaeological data and material.
  • Ability for using software such as Microsoft Office, Photoshop, autoCAD, Freehand, and netCAD.
  • Students will be able to register archaeological data within the visual and verbal framework also with the help of digital documentation sources.
  • Students will gain technical skills about underwater archaeology.
  • Students will have a notion about Ancient Anatolian Mosaics, iconography, archaeological methods and technics and chronology.
  • Students will be able to protect archaeological material and have it recognized by the public within the interrelation of tourism and environment.
  • Students will be able to be aware of the professional ethical responsibilities.
  • Students will be able to use literature about Archaeology.
  • Students will be able to make independent decisions and work independently during the analysis of the archeological problems.
  • Students will be able to develop a project or take a responsibility at field (i.e., excavation and survey).
COMPETENCES Learning Competence
  • Students will be able to register archaeological data within the visual and verbal framework also with the help of digital documentation sources.
  • Students will be able to use literature about Archaeology.
  • Students will have a notion about Ancient Anatolian Mosaics, iconography, archaeological methods and technics and chronology.
  • Students will be able to make independent decisions and work independently during the analysis of the archeological problems.
  • Students will be able to protect archaeological material and have it recognized by the public within the interrelation of tourism and environment.
  • Students will be able to develop a project or take a responsibility at field (i.e., excavation and survey).
  • Students will be able to use various disciplines in order to solve or discuss a problem concerning archaeology.
  • Students will be able to be aware of the professional ethical responsibilities.
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Occupational Profiles of Graduates With Examples
The graduate who completes the Ph.D. education successfully may work as academic personnel in the universities, or as archaeologist in the local municipal museums, or as archaeologist in private/state museums, or as archaeologist in the Ministry of Culture.
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Access to Further Studies
The Ph.D. holders can apply both in inland and abroad for academic positions and for the positions as connoisseur at research centers of public institutions.
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Examination Regulations, Assessment and Grading
In Doctorate Program, each student must enroll to the lessons and since he sits for a final examination, he must attend at least 70% of the courses. Students must take at least one exam at the end of the semester. Examination is evaluated on the basis of 100. Students cumulative grade point average has to be at least 75 to be successful from Doctorate Program. Students, who get one of AA, BA, BB, or CB letter marks, are to be succeeding at the available courses.
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Graduation Requirements
Students must succeed in all courses (equivalent to 180-240 ECTS), the proficiency test, succeed in the professional education courses, publish an article in a editorial board and must complete their thesis to graduate from the programme successfully.
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Mode of Study
Full-Time
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Address and Contact Details
Program Başkanı: Prof. Dr. Mustafa ŞAHİN
E-posta: mustafasahin@uludag.edu.tr
Tel: +90 224 2941891
Program Koordinatörü:Dr. Öğr. Üyesi Serkan GÜNDÜZ
E-mail: sgunduz@uludag.edu.tr
Tel: +90 224 2942849
Adres: Bursa Uludağ Üniversitesi
Fen-Edebiyat Fakültesi,
Arkeoloji Bölümü
16240 Görükle/Nilüfer/BURSA
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Facilities
The students of the department are encouraged to participate the excavations, surveys and other archaeological research projects directed by some departmental academic staff.
Underwater Excavation at Basilica in the İznik Lake (Prof.Dr. Mustafa ŞAHİN)
Surveys in Bursa and its districts (Prof.Dr. Mustafa ŞAHİN)
Apollonia a.R. Excavations (Prof. Dr. Derya Şahin)
Priene Excavation (Prof. Dr. İ. Hakan Mert)
Delta of Hersek Land and Underwater Excavations (Asst. Prof. Dr. Serkan GÜNDÜZ)
1. Semester
Course Code Course Title Type of Course T1 U2 L3 ECTS
ARK6101 CULTURAL HISTORY OF MYSIA AND BITHYNIA Compulsory 3 0 0 7
ARK6103 THEORY AND METHODS OF ARCHAEOLOGY Compulsory 3 0 0 7
ARK6191 THESIS CONSULTING I Compulsory 0 1 0 1
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Total 30
2. Semester
Course Code Course Title Type of Course T1 U2 L3 ECTS
ARK6102 CURRENT APPROACHES IN THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESEARCH Compulsory 3 0 0 6
ARK6104 MATHEMATICAL AND STATISTICAL METHODS IN ARCHAEOLOGY Compulsory 3 0 0 6
ARK6172 SEMINAR Compulsory 0 2 0 5
ARK6192 THESIS CONSULTING II Compulsory 0 1 0 1
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Total 30
3. Semester
Course Code Course Title Type of Course T1 U2 L3 ECTS
ARK6183 ADVANCED TOPICS IN PHD THESIS I Compulsory 4 0 0 4
ARK6193 THESIS CONSULTING III Compulsory 0 1 0 10
YET6177 PHD COMPREHENSIVE EXAM Compulsory 0 0 0 16
Total 30
4. Semester
Course Code Course Title Type of Course T1 U2 L3 ECTS
ARK6184 ADVANCED TOPICS IN PHD THESIS II Compulsory 4 0 0 4
ARK6194 THESIS CONSULTANTS IV Compulsory 0 1 0 26
Total 30
5. Semester
Course Code Course Title Type of Course T1 U2 L3 ECTS
ARK6185 ADVANCED TOPICS IN PHD THESIS III Compulsory 4 0 0 4
ARK6195 THESIS CONSULTING V Compulsory 0 1 0 26
Total 30
6. Semester
Course Code Course Title Type of Course T1 U2 L3 ECTS
ARK6186 ADVANCED TOPICS IN PHD THESIS IV Compulsory 4 0 0 4
ARK6196 THESIS CONSULTING VI Compulsory 0 1 0 26
Total 30
7. Semester
Course Code Course Title Type of Course T1 U2 L3 ECTS
ARK6187 ADVANCED TOPICS IN PHD THESIS V Compulsory 4 0 0 4
ARK6197 THESIS CONSULTING VII Compulsory 0 1 0 26
Total 30
8. Semester
Course Code Course Title Type of Course T1 U2 L3 ECTS
ARK6188 ADVANCED TOPICS IN PHD THESIS VI Compulsory 4 0 0 4
ARK6198 THESIS CONSULTING VIII Compulsory 0 1 0 26
Total 30
1. Semester Optional Courses
Course Code Course Title Type of Course T1 U2 L3 ECTS
ARK6105 ANATOLIAN MOSAIC ICONAGRAPHY Optional 2 0 0 5
ARK6107 FIELD MANAGEMENT OF UNDERWATER SURVEYS AND EXCAVATIONS Optional 2 0 0 5
ARK6109 ROMAN CITIZEN PORTRAITS Optional 2 0 0 5
ARK6111 IZNIK REGION IN ANCIENT AGE Optional 2 0 0 5
ARK6113 ARCHITECTURE OF ANCIENT KNIDOS Optional 2 0 0 5
ARK6115 ROMAN HISTORY AND LAW Optional 2 0 0 5
ARK6117 RESIDENTIAL ARCHITECTURE, TEMPLES AND PALACES IN THE ASIA MINOR Optional 2 0 0 5
ARK6119 ECONOMY, TRADE, MATERIALS, TECHNICAL AND PRODUCTION IN THE ASIA MINOR Optional 2 0 0 5
ARK6121 DEVELOPMENT OF CERAMIC ART IN THE ASIA MINOR Optional 2 0 0 5
ARK6123 DEVELOPMENT OF CERAMIC ART IN THE AEGEAN AND MARMARA REGION Optional 2 0 0 5
ARK6125 PREHISTORY OF THE NEAR EAST AND ANATOLIA COMPARATIVE Optional 2 0 0 5
ARK6127 ANCIENT ICONOGRAPHY Optional 2 0 0 5
ARK6129 OTTOMAN ARCHITECTURE OF THE OPENING PERIOD TO THE WEST Optional 2 0 0 5
ARK6131 PUBLIC AREAS AND BUILDINGS IN ANTIQUITY Optional 2 0 0 5
ARK6133 THE RELATIONS BETWEEN ANATOLIAN AND CIVILIZATION OF NORTH CAUCASUS IN THE BRONZE AGE Optional 2 0 0 5
ARK6135 Optional 2 0 0 5
ARK6137 MILETOS: TOPOGRAPHY AND URBANIZATION HISTORY Optional 2 0 0 5
2. Semester Optional Courses
Course Code Course Title Type of Course T1 U2 L3 ECTS
ARK6106 ICONOGRAPHY OF THE MOSAICS IN THE ROMAN AGE Optional 2 0 0 4
ARK6108 BURIAL TRADITIONS IN ANTIQUITY Optional 2 0 0 4
ARK6110 CULTURAL HISTORY OF MYSIA AND BITHYNIA IN BYZANTINE AND OTTOMAN PERIOD Optional 2 0 0 4
ARK6112 BURSA REGION IN ANCIENT AGE Optional 2 0 0 4
ARK6114 ARCHITECTURE OF ANCIENT STRATONIKEIA Optional 2 0 0 4
ARK6116 ARCHITECTURE OF PRIENE (S) Optional 2 0 0 4
ARK6118 CRETAN-MYCENAEAN CIVILIZATION AND ART Optional 2 0 0 4
ARK6120 PROBLEMS OF CHRONOLOGY AND STRATIGRAPHY IN THE THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF ASIA MINOR Optional 2 0 0 4
ARK6122 RELIGIOUS BELIEF OF THE ASIA MINOR IN THE LIGHT OF THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND PHILOLOGICAL RESEARCH Optional 2 0 0 4
ARK6124 THE SEAL ART IN THE ASIA MINOR Optional 2 0 0 4
ARK6126 THE ART OF THE HITTITES, EXAMPLES OF CITIES OF THE HITTITE AND RELATIONS OF THE HITTITES WITH THE EN Optional 2 0 0 4
ARK6128 ICONOGRAPHY IN THE DESCRIPTION ART OF ANATOLIAN AND MESOPOTAMIAN Optional 2 0 0 4
ARK6130 CIVIL ARCHITECTURE OF OTTOMAN Optional 2 0 0 4
ARK6132 ICONOGRAPHY IN THE ANCIENT ROMA Optional 2 0 0 4
ARK6134 CIVIL ARCHITECTURE IN ANTIQUITY Optional 2 0 0 4
ARK6136 THE RELATIONS BETWEEN ANATOLIAN AND CIVILIZATION OF SOUTH CAUCASUS IN THE BRONZE AGE Optional 2 0 0 4
ARK6138 CERAMIC WORKSHOPS IN ANATOLIA IN THE HELLENISTIC AND ROMAN PERIOD Optional 2 0 0 4
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