The Graduate Certificate in Public History is designed to meet the educational and professional needs of the surrounding communities that Texas A&M University–Commerce serves in the Northeast Texas region. The Graduate Certificate in Public History at Texas A&M University–Commerce is a twelve credit hour graduate certificate that develops specific skill sets related to public history among students who are interested in public history and practitioners who are already in the field. The goal of the graduate certificate is to prepare students for careers in fields related to public history that increase public engagement with the past. The practical, theoretical, and analytical training provided in the certificate program will enhance the ability of graduates to compete for jobs in museums, historical societies, cultural resource centers, parks, historic preservation, etc.
|HIST 564||Introduction to Public History||3|
|ALIB 564||Archives Administration||3|
|HIST 566||Oral History Theory and Methods||3|
|HIST 567||Internship in Public History||3|
Coursework must be completed at Texas A&M University-Commerce with a 3.0 GPA on all courses used for this graduate certificate. (No Substitutions)