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Open to all Penn students, CAAM courses are divided into three tiers: Introductory, Intermediate and Advanced levels.

For the most up to date information about class times, instructors, and locations, please refer to the class rosters and timetables.

Rosters and Timetables


ANTH 0030Introduction to Human Evolution
ANTH 1480, CLST 1302, NELC 0910Food and Fire: Archaeology in the Laboratory
CLST 1303, ARTH 0127, ANTH 1303, HIST 0871The Material Past in a Digital World


ANTH 2221, CLST 3302, ARTH 0221, NELC 2960Material World in Archaeological Science
ANTH 2267, CLST 3303, NELC 2950Living World in Archaeological Science
ANTH 3230, CRIM 2230Forensic Anthropology
ANTH 3292Bioarchaeology: Peoples of the Past
CLST 3307, ANTH 3307, NELC 3950Introduction to Digital Archaeology


ANTH 3215Archaeology of Animals
ANTH 3235, ARTH 0143, CLST 3315, NELC 4955Past Preserved: Conservation in Archaeology
ANTH 3240, CLST 3361Plants and Society
ANTH 3244Introduction to the Human Skeleton
ANTH 3219, CLST 3314, NELC 4950Mining in Archaeology
ANTH 3407Human Evolution


Seniors may enroll with permission of the instructor.

CLST 7311, AAMW 5120, ANTH 5211Petrography of Cultural Materials
ANTH 5240, CLST 5316Plants and Society
ANTH 5215Archaeology of Animals
ANTH 5221, NELC 6920Material World in Archaeological Science
ANTH 5230, AAMW 5390, CLST 7313, NELC 6930Archaeobotany Seminar
ANTH 5252, AAMW 5520, CLST 7314, NELC 6950Archaeometallurgy Seminar
ANTH 5267, CLST 5303Living World in Archaeological Science
CLST 5620, AAMW 5620, ANTH 5220Introduction to Digital Archaeology
ANTH 5235, CLST 5315Past Preserved: Conservation in Archaeology
ANTH 5219, CLST 5314Mining Archaeology
ANTH 5292Bioarchaeology: Peoples of the Past
ANTH 6230Forensic Anthropology
ANTH 5720, AAMW 5720, CLST 7315, NELC 5925Geophysical Prospection for Archaeology
CLST 7318Surface Archaeology