|Jordan contributions to the human civilization, arch 100|
the course aims to shed light on the main contributions of Jordan to the humanity from ca. 1000000 year up to end of middle Islamic period
|Introduction to applied sciences in archaeology, arch 140|
introduces the relationship between the nature sciences and archaeology, and how the theories techniques of theses sciences can help in studying physical human remains
|The archaeological pottery, glass and metals, Arch 141|
raw materials and manufacturing technology of archaeological pottery, glass and metals are the main subjects discussed here
|Scientific analytical methods in archaeology, Arch 340|
this course focus on the chemical, mineralogical, and thermal analysis that used in studying archaeological materials. the techniques used discussed in details.
|Chronology and dating methods in archaeology, Arch 440|
Relative and absolute dating methods are discussed here. focus on the most used methods in archaeology; stratigraphy, typology, 14C, tree ring, Thermoluminescence, and others
|Mineralogy, Geo 220|
introduction to crystallography, classification of minerals, X-ray diffraction, selected minerals with labratory work.
|Pottery: raw materials and manufacturing technology, arch 694|
Advance course including the clay types, chemistry, mineralogy, structure and geneses. the thermal reaction of clay with the non-plastic inclusions. methods of pottery analysis, technology, provenance and characterization.
|Ancient technologies in archaeology, Arch 240|
deals with the raw materials and manufacture technology of different types of ancient tools.
|Applied sciences in archaeology|
advance course in archaeometry: analyses of archaeological materials, ancient technologies, dating in archaeology... ect.