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Masters degrees in Librarianship train postgraduates in the creation and management of the various information systems used by a modern library. Often vocational in nature, these Masters will help you develop the skills to begin or continue a career in many kinds of library.
Some courses may ask for prior work experience in a library, but this isn’t always the case. Other postgraduate specialisms include Information Management, Library Management and Library Studies.
Becoming a librarian is the obvious route to take after finishing a Masters in Library Studies, but it’s by no means the only option available to you.
By the end of the course, you’ll be demonstrably information literate, a valuable trait in the era of the information economy. Organisations in almost every sector look for people who are adept at designing, creating and maintaining the systems needed to manage ever-larger quantities of data and information. You’ll benefit from a combination of practical and theoretical study, giving you a well-rounded overview of the modern library and its importance.
If you already work in a library, a Masters in Librarianship represents a great opportunity for career development.
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Library and information professionals need strong information handling, managerial and interpersonal skills, plus an understanding of the power of technology to transform information services provision. Read more
The skills for library and information professionals are in high demand as employers need to manage their most valuable assets in our global ‘information economy’. Read more
The demands placed upon managers in the library and information profession are increasingly complex. Read more
This course has multiple study modes and will develop your critical, analytical thinking and practice oriented skills. It has been designed to replicate the environment found in the workplace by bringing together a mixture of theoretical and practical teaching methods. Read more
Today's library and information professionals need to understand how to manage physical and digital information resources, and how these shape the provision of customer-focused information services. Read more
Integrate theory with practice, analyze information needs to create solutions by applying a variety of tools and technologies. Insure the organization, accessibility, and management of library and information resources. Read more
The Masters in Library and Information Studies programme is designed to prepare university graduates for careers as information or library professionals. Read more
Are you looking for a distance learning course that gives you the flexibility to combine your existing job, or other commitments, with a Masters-level qualification in the field of library management? This course combines core modules in information science with specialised modules in Information and Digital Literacy as well as Library Management, Leadership and Outreach. Read more
The interdisciplinary museum and field studies program is administered by the University of Colorado Museum of Natural History, in conjunction with the departments of anthropology; history; art history; ecology and evolutionary biology; and geological sciences; as well as other departments. Read more
You'll receive the highest quality teaching from one of the leading information science schools in the UK. You'll also receive unmatched professional engagement via our partnership with one of the largest cultural consortiums in Europe. Read more
With our Library Science MA/MSc you can develop the skills and understanding to initiate, work with and develop modern collection based information services. Read more
Recognised and approved by the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (CILIP), this route prepares graduates of all disciplines for a career in the modern information society and its industries. Read more