Library Technician

Library and Information Science professionals meet the challenges of a constantly changing information environment. They use the latest information technologies to organize and retrieve information. Professionals work in diverse settings such as corporations, law firms, cultural organizations, financial institutions, schools, and public libraries. A wealth of opportunity exists in the expanding information sector, including internet applications, training, and customer support. Students completing the program will have solid foundations to start careers in the library and information arenas, or to advance their careers in these disciplines.

To recieve a Library and Information Science certificate LIS 1010, 1200 & 1500 must to be completed. Currently, all course offerings are online.

Credit courses (LIS) and non-credit courses (CELS) are available. Non-credit courses fulfill the program requirements. Non-credit courses are not available summer semester.

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