If your degree/thesis did not meet the qualifications above, continue here by presenting information on an equivalent research-oriented report(s) below with complete bibliographic information, including date (in cases where exact dates are unknown, an estimate will suffice) and either place of publication or institution/agency where submitted.
The applicant must document a minimum of one-year (52 weeks) of field and laboratory experience, gained in blocks of at least four weeks duration, distributed as stipulated in sections IV.a, IV.b, and IV.c below.
Note: In some instances, it may be difficult for archaeologists to fully reconstruct their field and laboratory experience. In such cases, and in others in which career-related experience may have provided comparable preparation, the applicant may list and briefly describe projects that together provide at least one year of experience in survey, excavation, and laboratory processing/analysis. This must include:
- the minimum of 16 weeks of work in the field (of which at least eight are in excavation)
- 16 weeks in the laboratory
- 20 weeks in a responsible supervisory capacity
Survey projects that involved testing or oversight of major projects requiring research design and responsibility for quality control are examples of experience that would satisfy the field requirement.
For each project, indicate the duration and nature of one's involvement, name the project director or supervisor, and cite any relevant publication.