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2012-2013 Graduate Bulletin 
2012-2013 Graduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Archives and Special Collections Graduate Certificate

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Certificate Description: The 18-credit hour certificate combines online coursework related to archival history, theory, methods, organization, and ethics, with an archival and digitzation practicum. This course of study can be taken as part of a student’s MLIS degree or as a post-master’s certificate for those holding an MLIS from as ALA-accredited program. Non-LIS graduate students are required to take LIS 505 - Cataloging and Classification  as a prerequisite.

Program Goasl/Objectives: To prepare students for careers in archives and related fields such as special collections, museums, and digital libraries.

Certificate Assessment

After successfully completing the required coursework, students are required to write a 2500-word paper on an approved topic related to archives, special collections, or digitization that is approved by faculty teaching archival-related courses.

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