Professional Genealogy Educational Opportunities page on FamilySearch
Here are some update suggestions for FamilySearch's Professional Genealogy Educational Opportunities page.
I'm a family history student exploring educational opportunities as an assignment, and this page was helpful. Here are a couple updates that could possibly be verified and added:
- BYU's Bachelor of Arts with a major in Family History is mentioned. Perhaps it could state that this degree is at BYU-Provo, and that BYU-Idaho offers Family History Research certificates and an Associates degree in Family History.
- The University of New Haven in Connecticut, according to episode 267 of Genealogy Gems podcast, now has a graduate certificate online course in Forensic Genetic Genealogy. It sounds like this new field of genealogy began in 2018, and this certificate program started in 2021 (Lisa Louise Cooke, host, and Dr. Claire Glynn, episode guest, 10 August 2022, "How to Become a Forensic Genetic Genealogist," in Genealogy Gems, podcast 10 August 2022).
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