Anthropology 567: Archaeological Field School
The 2023 UWM Archaeological Field School will be held at the Koshkonong Creek Village, an Oneota site in Jefferson County, Wisconsin that was occupied from AD 1050 to 1450. Interested students are invited to take the 6-credit class in the summer of 2023. You’ll learn how to identify, excavate, and map archaeological sites; everything that you’ll need to know to land your first job in archaeology or just have an exciting summer.
Field School Application Information | Field School Application Form
Who: Open to any student who has successfully completed at least one archaeology class, and by consent of the instructor.
What: Anthro 567 Archaeological Field School, Six Credit Hours. Students may opt for an additional 3 credits Independent Study with instructor approval.
When: May 30st – July 8, 2023. The course runs Monday through Friday, 8am to 4pm.
Where: We will operate at Koshkonong Creek Village in Busseyville, camping and shuttled commuting options will be available.
How: Students enroll for six credits. Because space is limited, you must apply and be accepted by the Field School Director.
For further information or application, contact Dr. Rick Edwards, 231 Sabin Hall, 414-251-6138, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Archaeological Field School Application
Credits: 6.0 credit hours.
Dates: May 30st – July 8th, 2023
Times: Classes meet Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Location: We will operate at Koshkonong Creek Village in Busseyville, camping and shuttled commuting options will be available.
Tuition (Estimate based on 2020 summer tuition rates):
- Resident $2,390
- Nonresident $5,283
- Minnesota $3,416
- Midwest Exchange $3,402
- Resident $3,003
- Nonresident $6,311
- Minnesota $4,763
- Midwest Exchange $4,321
Final tuition amounts are not yet determined for Summer 2023. Please check UWM web page for actual amounts: https://uwm.edu/onestop/finances/estimating-your-costs/tuition/.
Fees: $220.00 laboratory/field equipment fee.
Non-UWM Students enroll as summer guests. For information, see https://uwm.edu/online-summer/guest-students/
Housing: Dormitory space may be available on campus. If you wish on-campus housing, contact University Housing at 414-229-4065 or go to http://uwm.edu/housing/students/summer-housing/ for availability and pricing.
Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor; Anthropology 103 (Introduction to Archaeology) or equivalent