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Mission Statement | Advisory Assistance | Competencies |
What is the Certificate? | Transferring Units

This program certificate is structured and organized in a manner that will provide the knowledge and skills necessary for a successful vocational career in the organizing and managing of information, primarily in a library environment.

The Library/Information Technology Certificate of Achievement is a carefully crafted curriculum of required and elective classes designed to train persons to work with information in a diverse number of roles and positions.

It is offered in two academic programs. Students may chose the path leading to an Associate in Science Degree or one leading to a Certificate of Achievement. Both provide instruction in the skills and knowledge needed to enter into or to gain advancement in an occupational setting.

At the present time there are a sufficient number of required and elective classes for the Certificate Program to be completed in an online environment.

We also offer a parallel program in Web Development Technologies with a limited number of classes offered in an online environment with the remainder being taught on the main Cuesta College campus.

Mission Statement | Advisory Assistance | Competencies |
What is the Certificate? | Transferring Units

For more information contact Carolyn Lorimer, (805) 546-3190 or by email:

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 | brochure)
Searching and Researching Strategies Certificate (courses)
Web Page Coding Certificate (courses | brochure)

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