Master of Science in Library Science

There are two options in Library Science:

  1. Master of Science in Library Science - Archives and Records Management
  2. Master of Science in Library Science - School Library Information Specialist

The Master of Science in Library Science - Archives and Records Management (ARM) concentration prepares students for a career in a wide variety of settings, including: archives, libraries, special collections, government agencies, and private corporations. The program examines theoretical principles in archival studies and emphasizes practical trainings in administrative works. Students who concentrate in archival studies will learn to use updated technologies to organize, preserve, and provide access to the growing data assets. The competencies developed in the program will enable ARM students to develop and administer an information service in a multicultural and technological society.

The Master of Science in Library Science - School Library Information Specialist concentration will prepare students for a career in school librarianship. The competencies you develop in the program will enable you to develop and administer school library media services in a multicultural and technological society.