The Library/Information Technology program is designed to prepare individuals for employment as a para-professional in a public, school, academic or special library or information center.
Graduates of the Library/Information Technology program may be employed in a school library or in the public service or technical division of a public library. They could manage a small library or work in a museum or corporate facility. Opportunities may also be found in bookstores, publishing, hospitals or computerized information facilities. Duties and responsibilities vary.
The following sample jobsites include library-related listings:
Students desiring to become media specialists, librarians, information specialists, or other library professionals should consult with the program director regarding courses of study to prepare for the required masters degree.
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View required courses or download program brochures in PDF format.
Library/Information Technology Degree (courses | brochure)
Library/Information Technology Certificate (courses | brochure)
Library Services to Children Certificate (courses)
Web Page Coding Certificate (courses)