Online Certificate in Family Research Studies

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Family Research Studies (Genealogy) prepares students to perform genealogy research, define family history writing objectives, and produce genealogy results for professional or personal needs in both traditional and electronic formats. Students also learn to organize personal search materials into a family history archival notebook using genealogical software.

Required Online Courses: Units Offered Online

LIBR 50

Introduction to Library and Research Skills

1.0

LIBR 60

Family Research Studies Genealogy I

3.0

LIBR 61

Family Research Studies Genealogy II

3.0

LIBR 62

Family Research Studies Genealogy III

3.0

LIBR 63

Family Research Studies Genealogy IV

3.0

Select three units from the following: Units Offered Online

BUSC 140

MS Word 2013: Word/Windows I

1.0

BUSC 141

MS Word 2013: Word/Windows II

1.0

BUSC 142

MS Word 2013: Word/Windows III

1.0

Select nine units from the following: Units Offered Online

HIST 7

World History to 1500

3.0

HIST 8

World History Since 1500

3.0

HIST/

GWOS 12

Women in United States History

3.0

HIST 15

History of California

3.0

HIST 17

United States History to 1877

3.0

HIST 18

United States History from 1865

3.0

HIST 20

History of Mexico

3.0

LIBR 80

Internet Literacy

3.0

Refer to the MPC Catalog for additional face-to-face courses offered at MPC that satisfy certificate requirements.

To discuss degree requirements, students can "Ask a Counselor" by logging into their Web Registration (WebReg) account and selecting the option in the Quick Links section, or contact the Counseling Department by phone at (831) 646-4020.