The Dos Hombres Archaeological Project (DHAP) and Maya Archaeology Field School in Belize takes place in northwestern Belize, Central America and is an exciting and fun way to get involved with original, archaeological discovery and research. Students will have the opportunity to learn archaeological methods including mapping and excavation techniques, artifact analysis, and soils identification, as well as studying ancient Maya culture, Belizean culture, and tropical forest ecology. Students will also have the opportunity to visit a few of the nearby archaeological sites, including one that has been excavated and restored for tourism,one of the largest Maya sites in Belize, the site of Lamanai. The field school hosts students from across every discipline and from all over the world allowing for a diverse learning experience. Movie nights, lectures, and group meals add to the atmosphere of learning but also create an opportunity for fun and making new friends. *You may earn credit at Elon Universtiy or your home institution.