As part of its popular and highly respected history program, the University offers a Graduate Certificate in European history which explores the rich antiquities of the medieval church, the rise of the Papacy, and the Renaissance. This graduate-level certificate program also examines the growth of humanism, prominent city-states, the monarchies of the Holy Roman Empire, religious wars, and the Catholic Reformation. By examining the early influences European history, students learn how these fascinating events shaped the economies, industries and cultures of the modern world.
This unique certificate also emphasizes the impact European History had on the United States, Great Britain, Japan and Germany during World War II and how it differentiated itself from most other regions of the world. Courses are facilitated entirely online allowing working professionals to fit this unique and engaging graduate certificate program into their busy lives. Students interact with passionate historians, many who are published authors and experts in a variety of period studies. Through strong research and thoughtful classroom discourse, students gain comprehensive knowledge of European History while also developing valuable communications and analytical skills as they research and present compelling arguments.
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|2011-2012 Program Completion Rate|
|Normal time to completion for full-time student||1 year|
|Graduates who completed in this time1||100%|
|Tuition & Fees as of January 1, 2013||Median Loan Debt of 2011-2012 Graduates|
(before any awarded transfer credit)
|Technology fee2||$50||Private educational loans||$0|
|Transfer Credit Evaluation fee3 |
|$50||Institution financing plan||$0|
|Books and supplies4||$589|
|On-campus room and board||Not applicable|
1 Data may be “not available” if the program has no graduates during reporting period or if it has not been in existence the normal time for completion. If 0%, then graduates in the reporting period took longer than the average time, usually because they were part-time students. 91% of our students are working adults and do not take a full-time course load.
2 A $50 Technology Fee will be charged for all future undergraduate and graduate level course registrations, including audited courses. The fee is not applicable for Comprehensive Exam courses. An APUS grant will cover the fee for Active Duty Military, Reservists, National Guard, Vocational Rehabilitation (VOCA), VA and VA Chapter 33 students, and anyone using military tuition assistance (TA).
3 Transfer Credit Evaluation Fee waived for all United States Active Duty Military, Guard, and Reserve personnel.
4 Cost for books and supplies is based on an average for the courses within this degree program. Students must obtain their own software when required for a course or program.
5 This figure does not include PLUS loans or TEACH grants converted to Unsubsidized Federal Direct Loans.
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