PHY 220 Case Studies in Problem Solving with Historical and Genealogical Emphasis - 3 semester credit hours (Internet)
Case studies in problem solving drawn from such fields as genealogy,
political science, sociology, history, psychology, anthropology,
linguistics, geography, philosophy, communications, business, geology,
law, medicine, engineering, mathematics, and the sciences are presented.
The main emphasis will be examining genealogical problems and using
these genealogical case studies as patterns for yet unproven
Prerequisite: GEN 1010 Introduction to
- Instructor: Jeanette Daniels
PHY 262 Case Studies in Problem Solving II with Internship in Missing Heirs, Land Title Searches, and Traditional Genealogical Research (Internet)
Students will intern with Research companies or genealogists who
specialize in Missing Heirs research as well as with Title Companies and
in doing traditional types of genealogical research.
1010 Introduction to Genealogical Research, and GEN 1200 Case Studies in