Three hours of credit for the Summer Archaeological Field School are provided by California State University, Fresno’s Division of Continuing and Global Education (transcript fee included in the program cost; course name HUM 101). Student assessment is based on the following criteria:
- attendance, during lectures and on-site;
- participation, in discussions during lectures and on-site;
- an exam based on the first week’s exploration of Rome;
- personal journal (detailed instructions are supplied).
University of Southern California students can earn 4 units of university credit by enrolling in a course (AHIS 325) specially created by Dr. John Pollini, Professor of Classical Art and Archaeology at USC and tied specifically to the AIRC summer program. For further information please now contact Prof. Cavan Concannon.