Then the Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy (SLIG) can help you achieve your education goals!
Thomas W. Jones wrote an article, entitled Post-secondary Study of Genealogy: Curriculum and Its Contexts. In it he states that "[p]ractice that meets the field’s standards requires ethics, knowledge, and skill worthy of any college graduate. Genealogy has been accurately described as a “discipline” and characterized as “rigorous.”
With thirteen tracks to chose from, there is a topic that can help you improve your genealogical skills:
- Methodology courses covering advanced topics, legal concepts, evidence analysis, problem-solving and writing a quality family narrative.
- Records-based courses covering land and church records.
- Technology courses covering beginning to advanced DNA analysis.
- Location-based courses covering research in New York, the South, and the United States.