History - European History and Archives, Graduate Certificate
This certificate is intended for students who wish to develop advanced proficiency in European history and its application to archives and archival research. The Certificate can be earned as a stand-alone Certificate or lead to enrollment in the Master of Arts in History and Archives program.
Students who already hold an undergraduate degree in history or related field may earn a certificate in European History and Archives by completing four different sections of HIST 650: Graduate Topics in History and Archives devoted to topics in European history.
Students who have completed 74 undergraduate credits may apply for admission to the Graduate Certificate Program. During their senior year admitted students will take two different sections of HIST 650: Graduate Topics in History and Archives. These courses will count toward both their BA degree and the Graduate Certificate. The following year students will complete two more HIST 650 courses focusing on European history. Study of a foreign language is not required for the Certificate in European History and Archives. However, in order to deepen examination of the field, those pursuing the Certificate are strongly encouraged to gain proficiency in a European language.
Take four different European History sections (i.e., topics) of HIST 650: Graduate Topics in History and Archives (total of 16 credit hours).