Students in the certificate program complete 15 credit hours, including the four history courses in the archives track. In addition, each certificate student takes one elective public history course in the History Department, a requirement that emphasizes the need for students to be prepared to engage and serve constituencies beyond the traditional research community.
|Required for All Archives Certificate Students|
|HIST 670||Archival Methods and Practices||3.0|
|HIST 671||Archival Internship||3.0|
|HIST 676||Archival Administration and Introduction to Archives||3.0|
|HIST 678||Transforming Archives in the Digital Age||3.0|
|HIST 620||Public History Colloquium: Public History and Public Memory||3.0|
|OR||HIST 625||The Art and Craft of Interpretation||3.0|