Library Science Degree

People who want to become a librarian at a college, university, or large public library are usually required to hold a bachelor's or master's degree in library science. However, most large libraries will only hire individuals with master's degrees. Professional certificate programs are also available. Library science degree concentrations often include the following:

  • School Library
  • Youth Library Services
  • Library and Media Services

The following master's level degree programs are ideal for preparing students for a various higher level career opportunities as a librarian at a college, university, or large public library:

  • School Library and Information Technologies
  • Youth Librarianship
  • Library Information Science
  • Library Science
  • Information Science

Many accredited colleges and universities now offer degree programs in library science that can be completed entirely online. This makes it possible for working professionals who've always dreamed of working as a librarian to earn a degree without drastically altering their lives.

Explore library science degree programs recognized by the American Library Association (ALA) that are available online. Specialties are available in library and media services, digital information management, and information services.

Library Science Degree Programs

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