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What universities offer Master of Library Science programs?

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Some universities that offer Master of Library Science degrees include University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign, University of Washington, Syracuse University and Rutgers University. These prestigious colleges offer Master of Library Science degrees in both online and on-campus formats.

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What universities offer Master of Library Science programs?
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University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign offers one of the strongest library science programs of 2015, according to U.S. News & World Report. The program offers courses in Information Organization and Access, Information Modeling, Youth Services Community Engagement and more. Students also have the option to take courses primarily online with only one required visit to campus each semester.

Located in Seattle, the University of Washington offers another of the strongest library science programs in the country. The program’s curriculum includes core courses, electives and a major concluding project. UW ranks as the top school for Law Librarianship and one of the top schools for School Library Media.

Syracuse University is a private college in upstate New York. The school offers both online and in-person library science degrees, which include core courses, electives, and either an internship or substantial independent study. Major courses include Cataloging of Information Resources, Data Mining and Information Policy.

Located in New Jersey, Rutgers University offers a library science degree that can be completed in two or three years, either full-time or part-time. The school offers different concentrations, including General Study, Digital Libraries, Public Libraries and School Library Media Study.

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