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 faculty regarding courses of study to prepare for the required masters degree.


Resources

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Professional Associations and Organizations You Can Join

Becoming a member of a professional association is an important step in your career. Some of the benefits include connecting with other professionals in your field, staying up-to-date on emerging trends, and providing continuing education opportunities.

Created by Michele Wyngard, Co-Chair CLA Student Interest Group | October 2011


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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