Public History, Advanced Certificate
This graduate certificate prepares students for the collection, preservation and dissemination of information about the past to the general public. Public historians use oral history, museums and other sites of exhibition, as well as multimedia to engage popular audiences in discussion and debate around historical issues.
Program Delivery and Tuition Rate
This certificate program is delivered through online courses and a required internship and is billed at the non-MBA rate.
Additional forms must be submitted before activity in the final course, Public History Internship can begin. Contact your advisor for details.
The required courses and suggested sequence of this 15-credit certificate are as follows:
|LACS 6040||Museums and Public History: Theory & Practices||3|
|LACS 6325||Archival Theory & Practice||3|
|LACS 6105||Exhibition: Planning & Interpretation||3|
|LACS 6215||Oral History: Theory & Methods||3|
|LACS 7005||Public History Internship||3|