School librarians typically work with students in a school library or media center. The daily job responsibilities of a school library media specialist tend to reflect the roles of teacher, instructional partner, administrator and information specialist. You will take an active role in teaching information literacy skills, collaborating with teachers, assisting with curriculum resources and integrating technology into the curriculum.
Options for Study
We offer a few flexible options, depending on your credentials and experience in educational settings.
For students who have a teaching credential:
- 37 credit hour American Library Association-accredited Master of Library and Information Science (M.L.I.S.) with the School Library Media K-12 (SLMK) major
- 27 credit hours K-12 School Library Media Licensure
For students who do not have a teaching credential: