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AcademicsGraduate ProgramsLibrary and Information Science - Cultural Heritage Informatics (MS)
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Students are required to take LIS 407, LIS 415, and LIS 488 within their first 12 credits. * School Library Teacher Program and Archives Concentration students should see their respective program pages for specific requirements as they are different than those of other programs.
The CHI electives are grouped into the following topical pathways as guidance for students. Those in the CHI master’s concentration may take any three of the courses listed below and two other electives from all LIS courses available. For students in other programs, each pathway includes an optional “gateway” course that provides a broad survey of key issues or themes for each topic.
Special Collections Librarianship:
For more details, see our course descriptions.
Updated per faculty vote, April 2016.
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