History and Library and Information Sciences (M.A./M.L.I.S. Joint Degree)
A joint degree is one in which some courses may be taken for credit applicable to both degrees. Students who enroll in the joint program will earn both the M.A. in History and the M.L.I.S. Graduates will increase their job market potential and be prepared to enter a new workforce that is capable of appraising and describing historical records, creating websites, and preserving electronic documents. Applicants to this fifty-seven credit program must be admitted to both the Department of History and the Library and Information Science master's degree programs. More details, including program requirements, are available in the School of Library and Information Science section of this bulletin.