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Update your knowledge and skills while pursuing an area of library and information science more in depth with one of our Graduate Certificate programs. Certificates can be earned in conjunction with another UA degree or on their own as a means of professional development. Learn how to apply to any of our certificate programs.
Learn more about archival practices as they affect the composition and meaning of cultural artifacts and the historical records
Gain the technical knowledge and skills needed to create, curate, preserve and manage digital collections in a fast-changing environment
Instruction & Teaching for Librarians & Information Professionals
Build the skills needed to create and deliver innovative, culturally competent instruction for information literacy
Gain the necessary skills to hit the ground running in an academic library, law firm or government law library
Legal Information & Scholarly Communication
Get the background necessary to serve in libraries, archives, government agencies and businesses that involve legal information
Medical and Community Health Information
Gain knowledge and skills in the practice of health informatics and how it applies to the health care and public health settings