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. Norman Hogan, Interim Department Chair.
Joseph Sobol, Ph.D., Graduate Coordinator, Storytelling Concentration
222 Campus Center Building
Norma Hogan, Ed.D., Interim Chair
401A Warf-Pickel Hall
Ed Dwyer; Rosalind Gann; Huili Ong; Karin Keith; Renee Moran; 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.