Graduate Certificate in HistoryPage address: http://sbs.mnsu.edu/history/programs/graduate/certificate.html
Designed for History and Social Studies Teachers
The Department of History at Minnesota State University, Mankato has launched a Graduate Certificate in History. This new program is designed to accommodate both secondary-school teachers and community college instructors who would like to further their professional development, give licensed teachers the proper credential for teaching History in "College in the Schools" courses, or earn the first credits toward an eventual Master's degree. Although the certificate can be completed entirely on-line in one year, students may also choose to take one or two courses per year.
This certificate will prepare teachers for teaching college-level courses prescribed by the Higher Learning Commission (18 credits), and includes four, 4-credit 500-level courses and a 2-credit capstone where teachers design lesson plans and student projects gained from the courses for inclusion in their own History curriculum. The graduate courses can be taken on the Mankato campus or online.
Our schedule of online and evening courses includes:
To see the department's full list of current course offerings, visit the university course schedule.
HIST 530: Baseball in America (Monday evenings)
HIST 531: Cultures of Imperialism (online)
HIST 608: Reading Seminar in World History: Colonial Latin America (Wednesday Evenings)
HIST 532: The Modern Middle East (online)
HIST 501: Classical World of Greece and Rome (online)
HIST 502: Foundations of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam (Wednesday evenings)
HIST 534: East Asian History (1800-1945) (Monday evenings)
HIST 552: Minnesota History (Tuesday evenings)
HIST 576: Comparative Slavery and Emancipation (Thursday evenings)
HIST 581: Civil Rights in the Twentieth Century (online)
HIST 608: Research Seminar: Revolutionary and Napoleonic Atlantic World (Tuesday evenings)
How to Apply
To apply, prospective students should submit the online application via the College of Graduate Studies. Applications should include a copy of the student's transcript.
For inquiries or to learn more about the Graduate Certificate, please contact Chris Corley at the Department of History