Librarians work in a wide variety of organizations, including academic, school and public libraries, health sciences, law and corporate libraries and information centers, federal government libraries and agencies, providing a broad range of services to people of all ages and circumstances. They may organize information for access and use, provide reference and other public services, provide information literacy instruction, develop collections by selecting, acquiring and weeding materials, or design and present programs for children, teens and adults. They administer and manage libraries of all sizes and types, and provide for the educational, informational and recreational needs of their users and communities.
The required courses for the Library Specialization are:
Students are also required to complete one of the following courses:
In consultation with their advisor, students will select five elective courses to complete the degree requirements.
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