The one-year Master of Science in Experimental Archaeology & Material Culture at University College Dublin provides students with a unique opportunity to explore the past through experiential learning. The program combines traditional classroom teaching with practical field research, allowing students to gain direct experience in archaeological practices such as excavation, laboratory work, and artifact identification. Students will also have the chance to work on cutting-edge projects that use experimental techniques to recreate ancient tools, weapons and structures. At the end of the program, graduates will have developed an in-depth understanding of archaeological data analysis methods and an appreciation for the role of material culture in shaping human societies. With strong links to industry partners and a wide range of career prospects, this program provides students with a unique opportunity to gain knowledge and skills that are highly sought after in the field.