- Various sites in Kyrgyzstan, Central Asia
- Days and Times
- June 21 - July 31 (6 CR.)
- Course Description
3 credits for CEUS-R 329/ ANTH-P 399; 3 credits ANTH-P 406
Designed to develop scientific research skills and cross-cultural communication and understanding, this program takes students deep into Kyrgyzstan to work with students at the American University of Central Asia. Field School excavation and survey at a local Bronze Site also includes a week of travel to nearby archaelogical sites. In addition to actual mapping and excavation, you will get language exposure and have a chance to live in a Kyrgyz village.
Anne Pyburn, Anthropology
Includes academic fees, housing, some meals, excursions, and health insurance. Student is responsible for flights, personal expenses, and vacation travel.
$3,000 resident, $3,250 non0resident
At least fourth semester; 2.75 GPA; are able to engage in sustained physical activity in the heat