We are creating history as we go for we are on the cutting-edge of genealogy as a major academic subject of higher education, rather than merely a trade, hobby or craft. This is the future and we intend to lead out in this and other specialized studies. Right now, if a person already has a bachelor's degree, they can obtain through our school an accredited licentiate degree, which is between a bachelor's degree and a master's in the academic scale. The postnominal distinction is: Lic.G.
In addtion, the student completing this course of study will receive the following from the accrediting agency -- the postnominal: LCotT. So each graduate receives two educational honors or titles reflecting a higher status than a bachelor's degree.
We also have an accredited certificate program in genealogical studies, which does not require an associate's or bachelor's degree to obtain. A student achieving this status is awarded the postnominal distiction of an A.C.G.
Dr. LaWanna Blount is the Vice President and Co-Founder of the College, and would be pleased to assist any interested person.