Graduate students who need to take additional research courses.
Scholars who want to learn more about doing autoethnographic research.
What You'll Learn
The Autoethnography Certificate consists of six modules, focused on the following topics:
Module 1: Why Autoethnography?
Module 2: Beginning Autoethnography
Module 3: Doing Autoethnography
Module 4: Writing Autoethnography
Module 5: Ethical Issues of Doing Autoethnography
Module 6: Evaluating Autoethnography
How You'll Learn
The certificate contains 6 modules. Most learners will finish the course within 6 weeks, spending approximately 7 hours each week on video lessons, readings, writings, 1:1 live meetings with the instructor, and a final project.
Who You’ll Learn From
Faculty: Dr. Tony Adams
Tony Adams, Ph.D. is Caterpillar Professor and Chair of the Department of Communication at Bradley University. Before Bradley, he worked at Northeastern Illinois University (NEIU) for nine years. At NEIU, he served as the Director of Graduate Studies (2011-2014) and as Chair of the Department of Communication, Media and Theatre (2014-2017).
What You'll Earn
Upon successful completion of the course, learners will receive a digital certificate with metadata detailing learning objectives, time spent on the course, etc. so it may be used to request credit from other universities.
To complete this certificate, you’ll need a current email account and access to a computer and the internet, preferable using Google Chrome as your internet browser.