Art Librarianship Specialization in Master of Library Science
Artists continuously seek new forms of creativity and expression through media and technologies old and new. Art librarians, too, have a growing number of avenues for their work. You can connect people with the arts by working in visual arts user services, public library arts divisions, academic library humanities collection planning, art museum libraries, digital arts collections, and more.
Prepare for those careers with the Art Librarianship Specialization for the Master of Library Science. The specialization will appear on your transcript.
You can also pursue a dual M.L.S./M.A. in Art History.
Requirements (Minimum of 36 Credit Hours)
M.L.S. Requirements (18 cr.)
- M.L.S. Foundation Requirements (15 cr.)
- Elective (3 cr.)
You must also complete the digital literacy requirement.
Specialization Requirements (12 cr.)
Specialization Electives (6 cr.)
Choose from information and library science courses. Talk to your specialization advisor for recommended electives.
Adjunct Instructor, Department of Information & Library Science