Archival Management
Graduate Academic Certificate

Online graduate academic certificate offered by the UNT College of Information

5

Total Classes

15

Total Credit Hours

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Archival Management
Graduate Academic Certificate

Archival Management encompasses the complex and multi-faceted work of archivists in the 21st century. Students will utilize archival history and theory to gain a deep understanding of the underpinnings of archival thought, while engaging directly with archival practice through real-world examples. Archival Management can lead to careers in a variety of institutions including corporate archives; governmental archives; museum archives; college and university archives; and public library archives. Upon completion of the Archival Management GAC, students may choose to pursue certification through the Academy of Certified Archivists

Benefits of this program:

  • Courses taught by archival practitioners familiar with the challenges facing archivists today

  • Core courses pre-approved as qualifying coursework by the Academy of Certified Archivists

  • Students with a Master’s degree in a humanities field may become ready for a career as an archivist without completing a second Master’s degree

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