The certificate in oral history introduces the interdisciplinary theories and methods required to collect, document and preserve the stories of people's lives.
The certificate in oral history, offered by the School of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies, introduces the interdisciplinary theories and methods required to collect, document and preserve the stories of people's lives. Through the oral history certificate program, students will gain an understanding of and appreciation for diverse cultures, past and present, and will engage in oral history research and interviewing. Students may build on existing projects or develop new community relationships at local, national and international levels. With the knowledge and skills to abide by the professional standards involved in oral history documentation, research and presentation, students will leave the program better prepared for graduate programs or careers that integrate oral history.
Oral History (Certificate)
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