|There are differents aims depending on differents curricula:|
- CLASSICAL ARCHAEOLOGY
The curriculum in Classical Archaeology was established and organized in order to form and train to scientific research a number of graduates in the disciplines of archaeological areas and similar field. The courses are organized so that we can focus the student's work on the methodology of theoretical and practical research, in particular the aims and methods of carrying out the research, the critical examination of the studied materials and achieved initial results.
- ARCHAEOLOGY AND POST-CLASSICAL ANTIQUITIES
The archaeology and post classic antiquities curriculum, structured in seminaries, let to create researchers for specific subjects of the period between III-XI A.D in the disciplinary field of Christian and medieval archaeology (L-Ant/08).
- ORIENTAL ARCHAEOLOGY
Achievement of a deep specialistic knowledge in the field of ancient Near-Eastern civilizations, from the origins of the urban civilization (c. 3500 BC) to the end of the Roman Empire, including the regions of Anatolia, Syria-Palestine, Mesopotamia (Iraq), Iran, Arabia, Afghanistan, Pakinstan, the Indus Valley, and the Mediterranean basin (for the Phoenician expansion to the West).
- PREHISTORIC ARCHAEOLOGY
The course aims to prepare young scholars to the research in the field of prehistory and protohistory through the guided realization of an original study on some of the multiple aspects that fall within the analysis of the processes that lead to urbanization.
The curriculum of Etruscology has as its scientific objective the progress of studies in the thematic field of Etruscology and archaeology of pre-Roman Italy in a temporal span extended from the X-IX to the II-I century BC. From the point of view of the discipline, as conceived by its "founder" Massimo Pallottino, the approach to research is all-embracing, from material culture to the history of politics and institutions, from epigraphy to topographical and urban studies, to productive activities in the field of art and craftsmanship
- ANCIENT TOPOGRAPHY
The establishment of a specific curriculum in topography aims to create in the Roman site that area of study in which young researchers can experience the tools necessary to contextualize the ancient in modern society. The study of the ancient through the reconnaissance, the autopsy of the monument, the excavation, the geological analysis, becomes the primary element of the training base.