Distributed Electives Requirements for Starting in Spring 2018

Effective for students matriculating in Spring 2018, the School of Information MA in LIbrary and Information Science degree requirements include 12.00 credits of LIS electives, distributed across four categories. Courses currently approved in each of these areas appear below (for students admitted Fall 2015 through Fall 2017, click here)

Cultural Perspective on Libraries & Information (3.00 units)

·         550         Information Environments from Non-Dominant Perspectives

·         554         Diverse Cultures, communities and libraries

·         557         Documenting Diverse Cultures and Communities

Information Services and Evaluation (3.00 units)

·         518         Information Quality*

·         519         Knowledge in a Digital World*

·         530         Cataloging and Metadata Management

·         532         Online Searching **

·         540         Introduction to Archives***

·         560         Collection Management 

·         572         Government Information: Policy & Resources*

·         671         Introduction to Digital Curation and Preservation***, ****

Management of Information Services (3.00 units)

·         567         Leadership and the Information Organization

·         608         Managing the Information Organization

·         673         Managing the Digital Information Environment****

·         681E       Law Library Practice & Admin (Law Certificate Students Only)

Information Technology & Networked Digital Information (3.00 Units)

·         570         Data Base Development and Management*

·         571         Introduction to Information Technology*

·         575         User Interface and Website Design*

·         579         Data Standards for the Semantic Web

·         672         Introduction to Applied Technology****

·         675         Advanced Digital Collections****

 

Notes

* = Co-convened undergraduate program

** = Name change and split from co-convened undergraduate program

*** = Archives certificate core course

**** = Digital Information certificate core course

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