Our current permanent exhibit is 'Continuity and Change, Transformations in B.C. Archaeology and First Nations Cultures', curated by Chris Springer and Dr. Rudy Reimer.
"Haida Stories in Stone", a temporary exhibit is on until October.
Museum open Monday - Friday, 10-12 and 1-4. Closed statutory holidays.
Research Associate at the Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology.
We are now accepting applications for one year part time volunteer positions starting in September 2013 for individuals considering careers in museum work.
Closing date extended to May 3rd.
Welcome to the Department of Archaeology
The Department of Archaeology provides training in Archaeology at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. While a variety of course areas are covered, considerable emphasis is placed on fieldwork, archaeological research, and theory and methods. Although not limited to the following areas, most research concentrates on Prehistoric and Historic Archaeology of the New World and Physical Anthropology.
The Undergraduate Program for majors leads to a Bachelor of Arts degree. In addition, an Honours BA program is offered. The Honours program is research-oriented, requiring coursework beyond the Archaeology Major, and leads to an Honours Thesis.
The Graduate Program is one of the traditional strengths of the Department. At this level, both Masters of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy degrees are offered.