General Program Information
Graduate School Contact:
Fiona Goodyear; firstname.lastname@example.org; 423-439-6148
Karin J. Keith, Ph.D., Graduate Coordinator, Reading Education Concentration
409B Warf-Pickel Hall
If Coordinator is unavailable, contact Dr. Rhona Hurwitz, Department Chair.
Joseph Sobol, Ph.D., Graduate Coordinator, Storytelling Concentration
205D Warf-Pickel Hall
Rhona Hurwitz, Ed.D., Chair
401A Warf-Pickel Hall
Martha Collins; Ed Dwyer; Rosalind Gann;Karin Keith; Jane Melendez; Delanna Reed; Joseph Sobol.
Graduate Certificate in Storytelling
The Graduate Certificate in Storytelling is a 21-credit hour post-baccalaureate sequence containing core masters-level coursework in storytelling performance skills and practice (Basic and Advanced Storytelling, Historical Foundations, Practicum, Vocal Training, and electives) without certain academically-oriented requirements of the Master’s degree such as Research Methods, Linguistics, and Thesis.
Admission: Completed application form with essay; one official transcript from each undergraduate and graduate institution attended, three letters of recommendation from academic or professional mentors or associates. Program Coordinator: Joseph Sobol, PhD.D. 423-439-7863, email@example.com
If, after completion of the Storytelling Certificate, a student subsequently applies and is admitted into a M.A. in Reading with a concentration in Storytelling, all 21 credits from the certificate may be approved for transfer into the M.A. Reading program.