BYU family history classes are excellent opportunities to learn how to find new ancestors. A wide range of classes are offered each semester by leading experts in the field to help you (1) get started, (2) learn how to research in specific countries, (3) read and translate handwriting in old documents, (4) develop advanced research skills, and (5) prepare for jobs in the industry. The following classes will be offered in the Winter 2013 Semester:
- Family History and Genealogy (REL C 261)
- British Family History (REL C 293R)
- Family and Law in American History (HIST 317)
- Family in Europe (HIST 319)
- England/Wales Family History Research After 1700 (HIST 350)
- Scandinavian Family History (HIST 352R)
- Southern Europe/Latin American Family History (HIST 353R)
- Slavic Family History (HIST 354)
- Midwest US Family History (HIST 403)
- German Language and Handwriting Documents (HIST 422)
- Seminar Professional Family History Research (HIST 439)
- Family History Directed Research (HIST 481R)
- Academic Internship: Family History (HIST 496R)
For further information about BYU’s Family History and Genealogy degrees and certificates, visit the website of the Center for Family History and Genealogy.
Source: Winter 2013 Class Schedule, Brigham Young University, Religion: Church History and Doctrine | History teaching areas.