No more shushing! Today's librarians are tech-savvy information professionals. Our library and information science students learn not only about books and traditional library skills, but also current technology, professional ethics, and web applications.
Our classes are offered in a 100% online format – no campus visits required!
We offer the entire minor program online each school year, and also offer courses each summer in 4-week class sessions.
Our professors are a mix of on-campus professors and school librarians, giving you instructors with a wide range of practical and professional experience!
No great big classes or impersonal lecture halls! We deliberately keep our class sizes small, so you can get to know your classmates and your professors.
|Fall Semester||Spring Semester|
|LMIS 250: Introduction to Libraries and Information Science|| LMIS 365: The Organization of Information|
| LMIS 360: Media Collection Development|| LMIS 430: Administration of the School Library Media Center|
| LMIS 370: Reference Sources and Services|| LMIS 470: Current Issues in Librarianship|
| LMIS 445: Standards for Effective Libraries|| (EDUC 330 or ENGL 350 – Children’s or Young Adult Literature)|