Graduate Certificate in Public HistoryMajor: PHISCHI
Degree Awarded: CERT
Program Webpage: http://louisville.edu/history/graduate-certificate-in-public-history.html
Interested in a career in museums, archives, historic homes, preservation or other related history and heritage fields? The Department of History at the University of Louisville now offers students enrolled in an MA program at the University the opportunity to earn a graduate certificate in public history through a combination of seminars in history, electives in related fields, and internship experiences in local historical institutions.
Those seeking the certificate in public history may complete the program as part of an MA program at the University or as a stand alone certificate.
Students seeking the Certificate in Public History as a stand -alone program should go to http://graduate.louisville.edu/apply and select the A&S non-degree seeking option and then the Public History program.
Materials for admission are:
- two letters of recommendation
- college transcripts
- GRE scores
- personal statement regarding your interest in the program.
- $60.00 application fee
Students who are already enrolled in the History Masters program will need to follow the same admission procedure stated above at http://graduate.louisville.edu/apply-for-admission.html, apply for a fee waiver and mark the option that says you are already enrolled. Your previous materials will be considered and you will only need to submit to graduate admissions an additional faculty recommendation for the program and a 500 word (or less) personal statement regarding your interest in the Public History program.
|Introduction to Public History||3|
|Public History Practicum (Internship)||3|
|One 600 level non-public history course in the Department of History||3|
|Two public history electives at 500 or above level||3, 3|
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