Beginning Foreign Language II: DAN 102 Danish (with Dutch, Norwegian and Swedish equivalents), or FRN 102 French, GER 102German, ITL 102Italian, POR 102 Portuguese, SPN 102 Spanish = 5 semester credit hours

Foreign Research I (British Isles, French, German and Scandinavian Genealogical Research = 2 semester credit hours

Genealogical Research Apprenticeship = 2 semester credit hours

TOTAL = 17 semester credit hours

Fourth Semester

History of Western Civilization Since 1300 = 3 semester credit hours

Writing Family Histories = 1 semester credit hours

Paleography & Vocabulary for Foreign Language Option Chosen = 4 semester credit hours

Foreign Research II (Spanish, Oriental, American Indian and Black Southern States Genealogical Research = 2 semester credit hours

Healthy Lifestyles Research through Historical Documentation = 3 semester credit hours

Internship in Genetic Genealogical Research & Case Studies = 3 semester credit hour

Case Studies in Problem Solving II Internship in Missing Heirs, Title and Traditional Genealogical Research = 3 semester credit hour

TOTAL = 19 semester credit hours

Note: General Education requirements are all included in the associate degree courses. For a breakdown of these general education requirements, see the General Education Program in this catalog. General education requirements have been modified to give a genealogical research emphasis when appropriate.

Bachelor Degree Requirements are the same as the first four semesters listed above. A bachelor degree in genealogical research requires a minimum of 127 semester credit hours of successfully completed genealogy courses. The bachelor degree requires all of the same requirements as the associate degree described above but requires a minimum of 60 additional semester credit hours. For a bachelor degree, one section of United States research specialty area and one foreign country specialty group of ethnic specialty group must be selected to continue with the degree. Below are the semester requirements to complete the bachelor degree:

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Fifth Semester

Writing Local and County Histories = 3 semester credit hours

Genealogy Research for all areas of the States in one of the groups selected above = 6 semester credit hours

History classes assigned to US area = 3 semester credit hours

Business Classes on How to Set up a Research Company or Other Genealogy/History related Businesses; Federal and State Business requirements; Office Procedures, etc. = 3 semester credit hours

TOTAL = 15 semester credit hours

Sixth Semester

Genealogical Research Internship for United States area completed last semester = 9 semester credit hours

History classes assigned to US area chosen= 6 semester credit hours

Seventh Semester

Genealogy Research courses for all areas of the Foreign Country Group or Ethnic Group chosen above = 9 semester credit hours

History classes assigned to Foreign Country Group or Ethnic Group chosen = 3 semester credit hours

Genealogical Speech Preparation and Presentations = 3 semester credit hours

TOTAL = 15 semester credit hours

Eighth Semester

Genealogical Research Internship for Foreign Country or Ethnic Area completed last semester = 9 semester credit hours

History classes assigned to Foreign Country Group or Ethnic Group chosen = 3 semester credit hours

Preparation for Employment: Resume Writing, Job Search Counseling, etc. = 3 semester credit hours

TOTAL = 15 semester credit hours

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Certificate Requirements

The Genealogy  

Certificate Program

is designed to prepare students to enter the field of genealogical research and/or enjoy verifying and tracing their own ancestry. The course work focuses on teaching students how to develop solid research and organizational skills and the proper use of genealogical records and sources. In addition, students are introduced to early American handwriting, writing for genealogical publications and US history. The program combines both classroom and practical hands-on research experience through its course offerings.

The Genealogy  

Certificate program

is a three-semester program for full-time students. Students who successfully complete the program are awarded a One-Year Certificate of Completion (40 semester hours) by the Heritage Genealogical College.

PREREQUISITES

It is the student's responsibility to examine each course description for details of prerequisite classes. Those prerequisites must be satisfied before the designated class may be taken.

CLASS AVAILABILITY

The semesters in which courses are taught are listed within the course descriptions. Students should check the semester class schedule for day/evening availability and other modifications to the semester schedule.

MAJOR COURSE REQUIREMENTS

GEN 101 Verifying Genealogical Research - 3 credit hours - taught ALL semesters (Internet)

CPT 103 Genealogical Computer Programs - 1 credit hours - taught ALL semesters (Internet)

ENG 111 Genealogical Writing I - 2 credit hours - taught ALL semesters - (Internet) Prerequisite Computer Literacy

ENG 212 Genealogical Writing II - 2 credit hours - taught ALL semesters - (Internet) Prerequisite GEN 1110

PHY 220 Case Studies in Problem Solving I (with historical and genealogical emphasis) - 2 credit hours - taught ALL semesters - (Internet) Prerequisite GEN 101

SOC 221 Ethics & Fraud in Genealogy - 3 credit hours - taught ALL semesters (Internet)

FRL 122 Genealogical Vocabulary - 1 credit hour - taught ALL semesters (Internet)

GEN 230 United States Vital, Church, & Census Records - 3 credit hours - taught ALL semesters (Internet)

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GEN 231 United States Court, Immigration, & Probate Records - 3credit hours - taught ALL semesters (Internet)

GEN 232 United States Land, Property, and Military Records - 3credit hours - taught ALL semesters (Internet)

FRL 101 Conversational Foreign Language I (several languages available) - 5credit hours - taught ALL semesters (Internet)

FRL 240 Paleography - 3credit hours - taught ALL semesters - (Internet) Prerequisite: Eng Proficient

HIS 170 American Civilization - 3credit hours - taught in ALL semesters (Internet)

HIS 270 US History to 1865 - 3 credit hours - taught in ALL semesters (Internet)

HIS 271 US History Since 1865 - 3credit hours - taught in ALL semesters (Internet)

These courses will count towards the Associate Degree and/or Bachelor Degree in Genealogical Research with a history minor by Heritage Genealogical College.

Certificates of Completion will only be given to students who make a grade of 70% or higher following testing or to Internet students who make a grade of 70% or higher after testing on internet courses or intensive genealogical research conferences. These Certificates will be awarded upon completion of all courses required for the Genealogical Certificate Program.

                 

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General Education Program

General Education requirements may be accomplished by transferring in courses that satisfy other college requirements for the Languages of Learn, Liberal Arts Core and Arts and Sciences Electives or by taking the classes listed below:

LANGUAGES OF LEARNING

Pre-college Math = ACT Math sub-score of 17 or higher, SAT Math sub-score of 475 or higher.

Writing Courses (First year and advanced) = 6 Semester Credit Hours

Genealogical Writing I (Writing Reports for Clients and Research Papers) = 2 semester credit hours

Genealogical Writing II (Writing articles for magazines) = 2 semester credit hours

Writing Life Stories from Genealogical Research Sources = 1 semester credit hour

Writing Family Histories = 1 semester credit hour

Advanced Languages = Total of 18 Semester Credit Hours

Paleography (for Early United States Records) = 3 semester credit hours

Beginning Foreign Language (for Genealogical Specialty area -first half) = 5 semester credit hours

Beginning Foreign Language (for Genealogical Specialty area - second half) = 5 semester credit hours

Genealogical Vocabulary (for different languages found in the United States as well as language used in the 17th, 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries but not used today) = 1 semester credit hours

Paleography & Vocabulary for the Foreign Language Option Chosen = 4 semester credit hours

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LIBERAL ARTS CORE

Biology = 3 Semester Credit Hours

Human Genetics and Genealogy = 3 semester credit hours

Physical Science = 3 Semester Credit Hours

Case Studies in Problem Solving = 3 semester credit hours

American Heritage = 6 Semester Credit Hours

The United States Through 1865 = 3 semester credit hours

The United States Since 1865 = 3 semester credit hours

Wellness = 3 Semester Credit Hours

Healthy Lifestyles Research through Historical Documentation = 3 semester credit hours

History of Civilization = 6 Semester Credit Hours

History of Western Civilization to 1300 = 3 semester credit hours

History of Western Civilization Since 1300 = 3 semester credit hours

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ARTS AND SCIENCES ELECTIVES

Natural Sciences = 3 Semester Credit Hours

Genealogical Internship - Genetic Family Research & Case Studies = 3 semester credit hours

Social and Behavioral Sciences = 3 Semester Credit Hours

Study of Ethics and Fraud in Genealogical Research = 3 semester credit hours

Arts and Letters = 3 Semester Credit Hours

Perspectives in Early Medieval Studies = 3 semester credit hours

TOTAL = 52 semester credit hours of General Education Requirements

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Genealogical Research Specialties

The Associate of Genealogical Research degree curriculum has been designed for students wanting a broad knowledge of genealogical research skills, methodology, writing skills, paleography and foreign language needed for successful genealogical research. A person who successfully completes these degree requirements will have satisfied all general education requirements plus having a good foundation in genealogical research.

The Bachelor of Genealogical Research degree covers the same material as the Associate of Genealogical Research degree holder but has extensive training in specific areas of genealogical research. The bachelor degree candidate is required to pick one United States research region and a foreign country or ethnic group region for concentrated study. The following specialties in genealogical research are available:

New England/North Eastern United States Genealogical Research - covers the following states: Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Delaware, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia

Midwestern United States Genealogical Research - covers the following states: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Wisconsin, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma

Southern United States Genealogical Research - covers the following states: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia

Western United States Genealogical Research - covers the following states: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyoming

British Isles Genealogical Research - covers the following countries: Australia, Channel Islands, England, India, Ireland, Scotland, Wales

Scandinavian Genealogical Research - covers the following countries: Denmark, Finland, Greenland, Iceland, Netherlands, Norway, South Africa, Sweden

German Genealogical Research - covers the following countries: Alsace-Lorraine, Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Slovenia, Switzerland

French/Italian Genealogical Research - covers the following countries: France, French Canada, Belgium, Italy

Spanish/Portuguese/Brazilian Genealogical Research -covers the following countries and areas: Spain, Portugal, Brazil, Mexico, Central and South America

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Native American Genealogical Research - covers United States American Indians, Central and Latin America

African American Genealogical Research - covers Southern & Northern United States African Americans (Slave and Free), Bahamas, Caribbean Islands, Central & South American and Liberian, West Indies (Slave and Free)

The selection of two of these areas is required for the bachelor degree.

Minor in History

A minor in History has been built into the Heritage Genealogical College requirements. A strong understanding of History is essential to successful genealogical research. The history courses required satisfy either the Liberal Arts Core - American Heritage or Liberal Arts Core - History of Civilization needed for General Education requirements. Along with these required courses, each genealogy specialty has required history courses that must be taken. See the individual genealogy specialty course descriptions for each specialty to get a complete listing of history classes built into the curriculum.

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New England/North Eastern United States Area

Connecticut; Delaware; Maine; Massachusetts; New Hampshire; New Jersey; New York; Ohio; Pennsylvania; Rhode Island; Vermont; and West Virginia Genealogical Research Techniques, Sources, Methodology & Case Studies = 6 semester credit hours

History of New England = 3 semester credit hours

History of the Northeastern United States = 3 semester credit hours

Settlement Patterns & Migrations of New England and the Northeastern United States = 3 semester credit hours

Midwestern United States Area

Illinois; Indiana; Iowa; Kansas; Michigan; Minnesota; Missouri; Wisconsin; Nebraska; North Dakota; Oklahoma; South Dakota and Wisconsin Genealogical Research Techniques, Sources, Methodology & Case Studies = 6 semester credit hours

Migration & Settlement Patterns in the Midwestern States = 3 semester credit hours

Major Church Records in the Midwestern States = 3 semester credit hours

History of the Midwestern United States = 3 semester credit hours

Southern United States Area

Alabama; Arkansas; Florida; Georgia; Kentucky; Louisiana; Maryland; Mississippi; North Carolina; South Carolina; Tennessee; Texas; and Virginia Genealogical Research Techniques, Sources, Methodology & Case Studies = 6 semester credit hours

Jacksonian America 1819-1848 = 3 semester credit hours

History of the South = 3 semester credit hours

American Civil War and Reconstruction = 3 semester credit hours

Western United States Area

Alaska; Arizona; California; Colorado; Hawaii; Idaho; Montana; Nevada; New Mexico; Oregon; Utah; Washington; and Wyoming Genealogical Research Techniques, Sources, Methodology & Case Studies = 6 semester credit hours

The West Since the Gold Rush = 3 semester credit hours

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LDS Church Records & Colonization of the Western States = 3 semester credit hours

The Spanish Frontier in North America = 3 semester credit hours

British Isles Countries Area

Tudor-Stuart Britain = 3 semester credit hours

English History to 1689 = 3 semester credit hours

English History Since 1689 = 3 semester credit hours

English; Scottish; Irish, Channel Islands, Indian, Australian Genealogical Research, Sources, Methodology & Case Studies = 6 semester credit hours

German Countries Area

Austrian Empire = 3 semester credit hours

Modern Germany = 3 semester credit hours

Germanic Tribes and Kingdoms = 3 semester credit hours

German, Swiss, Austrian, Czech Republic, Slovenia, Liechtenstein, Alsace-Lorraine and Luxembourg German and French Genealogical Research, Methodology, Case Studies = 6 semester credit hours

Scandinavian Countries Area

Scandinavian History - Political, social, religious, cultural and economic factors in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden from Viking era to present highly developed society = 3 semester credit hours

Danish/Greenlandic; Norwegian/Icelandic; Swedish/Finnish; Netherlands/South African Genealogical Research, Sources, Methodology, Research Lab & Case Studies = 6 semester credit hours

Viking History = 3 semester credit hours

History of the Netherlands = 3 semester credit hours

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French/Italian Countries Area

French; Italian; Belgium; French Canadian Genealogical Research, Sources, Methodology, Case Studies = 6 semester credit hours

Revolutionary France, 1770-1871 = 3 semester credit hours

Republican France, 1871-Present = 3 semester credit hours

Age of Enlightenment = 3 semester credit hours

Spanish, Portuguese Speaking Countries Area

Spanish; Portuguese; Brazilian; Mexican Genealogical Research, Sources, Methodology & Case Studies = 6 semester credit hours

Latin American Civilization to 1820s = 3 semester credit hours

Latin American Civilization from 1820s = 3 semester credit hours

History of Mexico = 3 semester credit hours

Native American United States Area

History of Native American Peoples = 3 semester credit hours

The Indian in Latin America = 3 semester credit hours

The Indian in American History = 3 semester credit hours

Federal Indian Policy; American Indian Military Campaigns; Federal Genealogical Records for Indians; American Indian Genealogical Research, Sources, Methodology & Case Studies = 6 semester credit hours

African American United States Area

African-American History, 1619-1890 = 3 semester credit hours

African-American History, Since 1890 = 3 semester credit hours

Oral History = 3 semester credit hours

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African-American Research; Southern African- American (Slave & Free); Northern African-American (Slave & Free); Caribbean Islands, West Indies, Bahamas, Central & South American and Liberian Genealogical Research (Slave & Free), Sources, Methodology & Case Studies = 6 semester credit hours

Internet (Home Study) Courses

In lieu of Live Web classes now available at Heritage Genealogical College, there is no difference between the semester credit hours taken via Internet and those in the regular classroom. All count towards the certificate, associate, and bachelor degrees. For those not seeking a degree, home-study courses may be taken for improving genealogical research knowledge and skills without limit to credit hours taken. Non-degree seeking students may audit Internet (home-study) courses.

Special non-credit home-study courses have been developed for Family History Branch librarians, staff and patrons complete with teacher’s manual and workbooks. A special non-credit 6 week course has also been developed for the LDS Family History/Genealogy class instructors to use in helping students. For teacher materials, workbooks, etc. see our web sites at or for details. Programs for the Boy Scouts of American merit badge and for high school students doing research papers on genealogy are also on the web sites.

Intensive Genealogical Research Internships

Intensive genealogical research internships have been developed for amateurs wanting more knowledge and research skills for tracing their own genealogy, professional genealogists wanting to expand areas of expertise, historians/archivists needing continuing education and Family History Branch librarians wanting research experience to help library patrons. Intensive genealogical research internships are available in the following areas:

Genealogical Research, Evaluating Genealogical Evidence and Genealogical Methodology

German and German American Genealogical Research

French and French Canadian and French American Genealogical Research

British Isles and British Isles American Genealogical Research

Scandinavian and Scandinavian American Genealogical Research

African American Genealogical Research

Spanish and Spanish American Genealogical Research

Oriental and Oriental American Genealogical Research

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Native American Genealogical Research

Polynesian/American Genealogical Research

Russian, Polish, Romanian, other former Eastern Block countries and American Research

Dates of these internships will be posted at the Heritage Genealogical College web site: and the Know Your Heritage Organization web site: .

All intensive genealogical research internships listed above are designed to give college-level instruction, testing and hands-on training in the topics needed for successfully locating ancestors in the area taught. Amateurs and Family History Branch librarians are urged to take the Genealogical Research, Evaluating Genealogical Evidence and Genealogical Methodology course first. Special emphasis is placed on making the transition from American research to foreign country research. For example, German settlements in the United States are studied with the purpose of determining where in Europe particular German settlers emigrated from. Techniques for determining Immigrant origins for foreign country areas are stressed. For the ethnic African American and Native American courses, emphasis is placed on understanding where to look for records that will trace ancestry back. For example, how to take an African American family from records created after 1865 into records connecting families back to slavery. Native American emphasis will be on understanding records created by the United States government that help trace Indian ancestry back as well as learning of the various Indian tribes who were likely to intermarry with European settlers.

Intensive genealogical research internships are designed to give three (3) semester credit hours and/or two (2) semester credit hours towards the genealogy research certificates in specialty areas. Non-degree seeking students may receive a Certificate of Completion for passing the class with a grade of 70% or higher. Certificate of Completion grades will be kept on file at the Records Office in case students decide to apply for a degree later on and for verification that the course was passed successfully. These Certificate of Completion course grades will convert to associate and bachelor degree credits if a student decides to enroll later and complete a degree.

The following example shows the schedule for Introduction to German and German American Genealogical Research:

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German and German American Genealogical Research

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

7:30 AM

History of German People

Closed Book Test on Handwriting & German Vocabulary, History & Migrations

Closed Book Test on All information Covered to Date

Test on German Research Methodology, Problem Solving, Thinking Process

Case Study #14 German in Ohio

Genealogy Research Apprenticeship New Client project - planning research strategies and working through client research project with teacher supervision

8:30 AM

History of German Migrations in Europe

Lutheran Church Records in America

20th Century history of Germany and records

Case Study #4 Germans in Pennsylvania

Case Study #15 Germans in Wisconsin

Genealogy Research Apprenticeship - Continued

9:30 AM

History of Wars Effecting the German People

Different Ways to Gain Access to German Church Records

Continued

Case Study #6 Germans in Maryland

Case Study #16 Germans in Indiana

Genealogy Research Apprenticeship Continued & Teacher evaluation of work and planning for future research on this client project

10:30 AM

History of German Migrations to America

Open Book Test on Lutheran Church Records in America & Germany, etc.

German Genealogical Research Methodology & Problem Solving

Case Study #7 Germans in Texas

Case Study #17 Germans in Michigan

Genealogy Research Apprenticeship New Client project - planning research strategies and working through client research project with teacher supervision

11:30 AM

Open Book Test on History, Migrations, Wars and Migrations to America

Open Book Test on Lutheran Church Records in America & Germany, etc.

Continued

Case Study #8 Germans in Louisiana

Teachers Panel & Students Question & Answer Discussion

Genealogy Research Apprenticeship - Continued

12:30 PM

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

1:15 PM

Germany Handwriting

Finding Aids for Tracing Germans from America back to Germany

Working Through Case Studies (Genealogical Thinking Process)

Case Study #9 Germans in Montana

Continued

Genealogy Research Apprenticeship Continued & Teacher evaluation of work and planning for future research on this client project

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2:15 PM

Continued

Continued

Case Study #1 Germans in Virginia

Case Study #10 Germans in Illinois

Continued and/or Break before Final Exam

Genealogy Research Apprenticeship New Client project - planning research strategies and working through client research project with teacher supervision

3:15 PM

German Genealogical Vocabulary

German Names & Their Origin in Germany

Case Study #2 Germans in North Carolina

Case Study #11 Germans in Missouri

Final Exam - Solving three German Case Studies

Genealogy Research Apprenticeship - Continued

4:15 PM

Continued

Continued

Case Study #3 Germans in South Carolina

Case Study #12 Germans in New York

Continued

Genealogy Research Apprenticeship Continued & Teacher evaluation of work and planning for future research on this client project

5:15 PM

Open Book Testing on Handwriting & Vocabulary

Open Book Text on Tracing Germans from America back to Germany

Case Study #4 Germans in Georgia

Case Study #13 Germans in New Jersey

Continued

Genealogy Research Apprenticeship - Final Grading & Results

6:15 PM

Dinner

Dinner

Dinner

Dinner

Dinner

Dinner

7:00 PM

Planning research strategies and working through client research project with teacher supervision

New Client project - planning research strategies and working through client research project with teacher supervision

New Client project - planning research strategies and working through client research project with teacher supervision

New Client project - planning research strategies and working through client research project with teacher supervision

New Client project - planning research strategies and working through client research project with teacher supervision

8:00 PM

Continued

Continued

Continued

Continued

Continued

9:00 PM

Continued & Teacher evaluation of work and planning for future research on this client project

Continued & Teacher evaluation of work and planning for future research on this client project

Continued & Teacher evaluation of work and planning for future research on this client project

Continued & Teacher evaluation of work and planning for future research on this client project

Continued & Teacher evaluation of work and planning for future research on this client project

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Application for Admission to Heritage Genealogical College

First Name ______________ Middle Name ____________ Last Name __________________

Mailing Address _________________________________ State _____ Zip Code __________

Name of High School _______________________________ Graduation Date ____________

High School GPA _______ (attach high school transcripts) SAT Score _________ (attach proof)

Universities/Colleges Attended _____________________________________(college/college transcripts should be sent directly from the college/college(s) attended to Heritage Genealogical College Admissions Office)

College GPA _______ (attach brief resume about yourself, interests, hobbies, etc.)

Degree Desire: Associate _____ Bachelor ______

List any genealogical or historical research experience

____________________________________________________________________________

Enclose $30.00 admission evaluation fee and send to Heritage Genealogical College, 1449 East 3300 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84106.

NOTE: Brigham Young University Family History and Genealogy students and degree holders wishing to have a research degree from Heritage Genealogical College must have transcripts sent for transfer credit evaluation towards the bachelor degree in Genealogical Research.

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Application for Admission to Heritage Genealogical College

Internet (Home-Study) Courses

First Name ______________ Middle Name ____________ Last Name __________________

Mailing Address _________________________________ State _____ Zip Code __________

Name of High School _______________________________ Graduation Date ____________

High School GPA _______ (attach high school transcripts) SAT Score _________ (attach proof)

Universities/Colleges Attended _____________________________________(college/college transcripts should be sent directly from the college/college(s) attended to Heritage Genealogical College Admissions Office)

College GPA _______ (attach brief resume about yourself, interests, hobbies, etc.)

Degree Desire: Associate _____ Bachelor ______

List any genealogical or historical research experience

____________________________________________________________________________

NOTE: Those auditing Internet (home-study) courses do not need to send Transcripts.

Enclosed $30.00 admission evaluation fee and send to Heritage Genealogical College, 1449 East 3300 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84106.

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Application for Admission to Heritage Genealogical College

Intensive Genealogical Research Internships

First Name ______________ Middle Name ____________ Last Name __________________

Mailing Address _________________________________ State _____ Zip Code __________

Name of High School _______________________________ Graduation Date ____________

High School GPA _______ (attach high school transcripts) SAT Score _________ (attach proof)

Universities/Colleges Attended _____________________________________(college/college transcripts should be sent directly from the college/college(s) attended to Heritage Genealogical College Admissions Office)

College GPA _______ (attach brief resume about yourself, interests, hobbies, etc.)

Degree Desire: Associate _____ Bachelor ______

List any genealogical or historical research experience

____________________________________________________________________________

NOTE: Those auditing the intensive genealogical research internship courses do not need to send transcripts. A Certificate of Completion is given to all students passing with a grade of 70% or higher.

Enclose $30.00 admission evaluation fee and send to Heritage Genealogical College, 1449 East 3300 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84106.

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PLACEMENT

Placement Assistance will be offered by informing students of employment opportunities available at the time of graduation.

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