Advanced Certificate in Egyptology
The Advanced Certificate in Egyptology program allows students to examine this history, culture, society, and identity of those living in Ancient Egypt. Students will have the opportunity to examine cultural development and international connections through a variety of sources, such as art, archaeology, and textual evidence. These courses explore the importance of the past on the present, by applying anthropological, historical, and art historical theory as well as a multi-disciplinary perspective.
Certificates may be earned by regularly matriculated or extended learning students and denote successful completion of a prescribed program of study designed to:
- impart specified professional/vocational/career competencies; or
- produce mastery of the content of a sub-field of an academic major (discipline); or
- provide exposure to the range of materials in a traditional or emerging interdisciplinary field.
This certificate programs contain 6000-level courses as requirements and/or electives. These 6000-level courses may not be taken by undergraduate students. Candidates must receive two-thirds of their certificate-applicable credit from the university. The transferring of credit or the substitution of courses may occur only after application to the appropriate campus authority.
|Students muse take a minimum of 18 units from the following classes (18)||18|
|Internship in Egyptology|
|Independent Study in Egyptology|
|Advanced Egyptian Mining Expeditions, Their Buildings, and Their Slaves|
|Advanced Topics in Egyptology (Can be repeated for credit as topic changes)|
|Directed Graduate Studies in Egyptology|
|Advanced Community-Based Project in Egyptology|
|Please note: all courses, with exception of HIST 6550 and HIST 6901, require approval of program coordinator and/or department chair|