Most courses at the School of Archaeology and Anthropology are not offered as online courses. This means that it is usually impossible for degrees to be completed entirely online. However there are some exceptions where courses within a degree program can be offered entirely online. An example of this is the Master of Applied Anthropology and Participatory Development where students can consult the course convener and arrange to be placed in the program to undertake courses through the online mode.
There are also other courses within the School which could be offered online. Given that it is early days with the introduction of online courses and/or providing students with the flexibility to undertake some courses online, it is important that students that wish to undertake courses offered at the School of Archaeology and Anthropology:
- Firstly, check Programs and Courses for a particular course
- Secondly, check if the course is offered through the online mode; and
- Thirdly, if not, email the Course Convenor to check if the course may be available to you online.
For information, most teaching staff do understand the need for some flexibility so that more students are able to take up their preferred course options. There is greater awareness that issues related to family, work or health commitments can sometimes create barriers for some students enrolling in their preferred course.