The Archival Studies Graduate Certificate is an eighteen (18) credit-hour program designed for individuals who need, or want, archival training, but for whom the full degree program is not a necessity. Employees of a museum, historic site, or business may benefit from the certificate, as may history students who desire to complement their undergraduate or graduate degree. Individuals who must organize church or family records will also benefit from the certificate program.
This online graduate certificate program was designed with working professionals in mind, offering the flexibility and convenience of online coursework led by the same faculty teaching on our campus.
A student applying to the Certificate in Archival Studies program needs the following:
Students must take the following three (3) courses
Students must take three (3) courses from the list below:
Total Required Coursework: 18 Credit HoursSource: ETSU 2015 -2016 Graduate Catalog,
2015-16 ETSU graduate base tuition plus online fees*:
*Tuition cost reflected here includes 2015-2016 base tuition and online fees only and does not include RODP courses and programs. Some courses and programs may have additional fees. More information can be found on the University Tuition and Fee Information and the Incidental Fee Information pages.
Students meeting the requirements for Border County residency qualify for in-state tuition rates.