Head of Department : Prof. Dr. Ertekin M DOKSANALTI

Erasmus Coordinator : Prof. Dr. Asuman BALDIRAN

Farabi Coordinator : Doç. Dr. Aytekin BÜYÜKÖZER

Mevlana Coordinator : Arş.Gör.Dr. Nizam ABAY

ECTS Coordinator : Doç. Dr. Zeliha GİDER BÜYÜKÖZER

About :

 

Department of Archeology; The Department of Classical Archeology, Prehistory, Protohistory and Pre-Asian Archeology, Medieval Archeology and Underwater Archeology. 3 Professors, 3 Associate Professors, 5 Dr. Lecturer. Member, 1 Res. Within the archeology department, there are 565 undergraduate students, 120 graduate students and 26 PhD students. There are 3 International Excavations and 4 Surveys in the Archeology Department of Selçuk University.

As a Excavations: Knidos Excavations and Research

                               Iasos Ancient City Excavations

                               Anemurium Excavation,

As a Survey: Knidos Hinterlandı Survey

                      Konya Province and District Surveys

                     Muğla Yatağan Boundaries Survey 

                     Kekova Island Archaeological Survey and Underwater Survey are continuing.



Vision :

It is an institution that educates the contemporary, pioneer, scientists, museums, conservation councils experts and Ministry of Culture and Tourism experts of the future with its training programs. The students of the Department of Archeology, who have the title of archaeologist upon graduation, are experts in the field who can take part in the protection, classification and detection of all kinds of cultural assets.



Mission :

To educate archaeologists who closely follow scientific excavations and researches in the field of archeology and adapt the experience and skills gained to the field. Remove the cultural richness of Turkey to open within the framework of scientific methods, to share and introduce the findings gained by scientists. To ensure the protection of uncovered cultural assets with scientific methods and to include them in the economy. In addition to his education and training, he aims to educate individuals who are equipped through archaeological field studies, who can transfer their knowledge and skills to their environment, free, original, contemporary, who can express themselves, who are working, researching, thinking and honest.



Purpose :

It is an institution that educates the contemporary, pioneer, scientists, museums, conservation councils experts and Ministry of Culture and Tourism experts of the future with its training programs. The students of the Department of Archeology, who have the title of archaeologist upon graduation, are experts in the field who can take part in the protection, classification and detection of all kinds of cultural assets.



Language of Program :

The language of instruction of the program is Turkish.



Definition of Program :

Prehistory, Protohistory, Classical Archeology and Underwater Archeology are the main areas of study.



Admission and Registration Requirements :

Sosyal Bilimler Entitüsünün belirlediği şartlatı taşıyor olmak ve bölüm tarafından düzenlenen sınavından yeterli puan alarak yerleşmeye hak kazanmak.



Graduation Requirements :

Bölümün Tespit ettiği 4 yarıyıllık öğretim sonucunda, Yüksek Lisanta en az toplam 120 AKTS  8 yarıyıllık öğretim sonucunda en az toplam 240 AKTS kredilik dersleri başarıyla tamamlamış olmak.



Employment Oppurtunities :

Graduated students, Academicians in Higher Education Institutions, Archeologists in museums and historical sites under the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Archaeologists in Special Museums, Archaeologists in Cultural Heritage Conservation Boards, Archaeologists in KUDEP, Archaeologists in Restoration and Conservation Laboratories They are employed in various public and private sectors.

In addition, the Ministry of Culture "Archaeological excavations will continue throughout the year" project supported by the Selcuk University Archeology Department Excavations Knidos Excavations and Anemurium Ancient City excavations within the scope of the project is employed by experts in the field of archeology.