Programme structure

The programme is made up of:

  • core courses (75 credits), made up of:
    - 25 dissertation credits and 2 credits for the accompanying seminar;
    - common training courses (13 credits);
    - one special subject : 35 credits; : NW European archaeology, Aegean and Greek archaeology, archaeology of Italy and the Provinces, history of Renaissance and Baroque art or history of avant-garde movements and contemporary art; 
  • one focus (30 credits);
  • and 15 credits of option or optional courses.  

For a programme-type, and regardless of the focus, options/or elective courses selected, this master will carry a minimum of 120 credits divided over two annual units, corresponding to 60 credits each.

> Core courses
> One focus from the following :
> Teaching Focus
> Professional Focus : Archaelogical theories, management and sciences
> Professional Focus: The study of visual cultures and their iconography
> List of electives
> Option in Egypt and the Near East
> Option in the art of the built environment and spaces
> Option in assessment and conservation
> Option in Museum Mediation
> Option in Digital Culture and Ethics
> Optional courses
> Preparatory Module (only for students who qualify for the course via complementary coursework)
> Additional courses (preparatory module) to the Master [120] in History of Art and Archaeology : General