Archive Management Certificate
This 100% online certificate on Archives and Management provides an exciting educational opportunity for prospective students throughout Indiana and the U.S., including working professionals, who would like to keep up with changes and earn an additional credential; professionals changing careers within the same field; and students from relevant fields (e.g., history and museum studies).
Our program gives students core knowledge and skills they need to develop to be a professional archivist, by addressing the core values for archivists stated by the Society of American Archivists (SAA):
- Identifying and preserving essential parts of society’s cultural heritage.
- Organizing and maintaining the documentary record of institutions, groups, and individuals.
- Assisting in the process of remembering the past through authentic and reliable primary sources.
- Serving a broad range of people, who seek to locate and use valuable evidence and information.
For more information or questions, please contact Ayoung Yoon, Ph.D., firstname.lastname@example.org.
The certificate requires a total of 18 credit hours.
Core course requirement (12 credit hours)
- LIS-S 581 Archives and Records Management
- LIS-S 582 Digital Preservation
- LIS-S 584 Archival Arrangement and Description
- LIS-S 585 Archival Appraisal and Management
Electives (6 credit hours)
Two electives from the suggested list.
- LIS-S 583 Data Curation and Management
- LIS-S 586 Archival Intelligence
- LIS-S 591 Grant Writing
- LIS-S 605 Internship in Library and Information Science
- LIS-S 623 Genealogy and Local History
- LIS-S 685 Electronic Records Management
- LIS-S 686 Web Archiving and Preservation
Non-LIS graduate students are required to take LIS-S 500 Methods and Tools for the Information Profession.
Transfer credits are up to 6.