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Drexel University’s online accredited MSLIS program is an industry leader in digital information management and ranked top 10 among library science programs nationally. Drexel's College of Computing and Informatics was named one of "America's Best Graduate Schools" by U.S.News & World Report (2014.)
The College of Computing and Informatics boasts top 10 recognition in Health Librarianship (#1), Information Systems (#3), Digital Librarianship (#6), Services for Children and Youth (#9), and School Library Media (#10).
Online MSLIS students can choose from six optional concentrations within the program: Archival Studies, Competitive Intelligence & Knowledge Management, Digital Libraries, Library & Information Services, School Library Media, and Youth Services.
Program features and benefits:• An innovative curriculum with a strong technological background and a focus on teaching career skills in all the aspects of information management.• A quality program, taught by the distinguished faculty of Drexel University's College of Computing and Informatics.• Fully accredited by the American Library Association (ALA).• Highly interactive, e-Learning method designed to challenge and engage students while remaining convenient for the working professional.
The accredited program consists of 45 credits (15 courses) and is organized in 10-week quarters. Breaking the year's academic work into shorter modules of 10 weeks each helps you stay focused and on track.
Already have your master’s? Pursue a post-master’s program in Archival Studies, Digital Libraries, Youth Services, or Competitive Intelligence and Knowledge Management.
Apply today to Drexel's world-renowned library science program. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis for Fall and Spring terms.