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Minor/Cluster

Requirements for a Minor in Family History Research (23 credits):

Complete all of the following courses (23 credits):

FDREL 261: Introduction to Family History
FHGEN 111: Introduction to Family History Research, Part One: Record Groups and Methodology
FHGEN 120: Internet and Computer Skills
FHGEN 130: Paleography
FHGEN 112: Introduction to Family History Research, Part Two: Analysis of Research Evidence
FHGEN 160: The Family and Society
FHGEN 211: Research Methodology, Part One
FHGEN 212: Research Methodology, Part Two

 

Requirements for a Cluster in Family History Research (14 credits):

Complete all of the following courses (11 credits):

FDREL 261: Introduction to Family History
FHGEN 111: Introduction to Family History Research, Part One: Record Groups and Methodology
FHGEN 120: Internet and Computer Skills
FHGEN 130: Paleography

And complete one of the following courses: (3 credits):

FHGEN 112: Introduction to Family History Research, Part Two: Analysis of Research Evidence
FHGEN 160: The Family and Society
FHGEN 211: Research Methodology, Part One

 

* All classes are 3 credits, except FDREL 261, which is 2 credits.

 

X = Required

O = Optional (Select one of the following)

Course

Cluster

Minor

 

 

 

FHGEN 111: Introduction to Family History Research, Part One: Record Groups and Methodology

X

X

FHGEN 120: Internet and Computer Skills

X

X

FHGEN 130: Paleography 

X

X

FHGEN 112: Introduction to Family History Research, Part Two: Analysis of Research Evidence

O

X

FHGEN 140: Genealogical Writing

 

 

FHGEN 160: The Family and Society

O

X

FHGEN 211: Research Methodology, Part One

O

X

FHGEN 251A: Geographic Specialization, Course One: U.S. Regions Research, Part One

 

 

FHGEN 270: Genealogy as a Business

 

 

FHGEN 212: Research Methodology, Part Two

 

X

FHGEN 252A: Geographic Specialization, Course Two: US Regions Research, Part Two

 

 

FHGEN 299: Capstone: Professional Research

 

 

Total Credits:

14

23