Library and Information Science and History (M.A./M.L.I.S. Joint Degree)
Joint-degree programs allow students to earn two degrees with fewer credits than if the degrees are earned separately. Students who enroll in the joint program will earn both the M.L.I.S. and M.A. in History degree. 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. Candidates must complete the required courses as outlined for both programs in order to graduate. Core courses in one program may not be used as elective courses in the other; fourteen credits of electives may be double-counted.
Applicants to this fifty-seven credit program must be admitted to both the Department of History and the School of Information Sciences master's degree programs.
Requirements: Library and Information Science
Students will complete twenty-nine credits in core and elective LIS courses and seven credits in History elective courses.
|Required LIS Courses|
|INF 6010||Introduction to the Information Profession||3|
|INF 6080||Information Technology||3|
|INF 6120||Access to Information||3|
|INF 6210||Organization of Knowledge||3|
|INF 7040||Library Administration and Management||3|
|INF 7996||Research for the Information Profession||3|
|LIS Elective Courses||11|
|HIS Elective Courses||7|
Students will complete twenty-eight credits of History core and elective courses and seven credits of LIS elective courses.
|Required History Courses|
|HIS 7999||Master's Essay Direction||3|
|HIS 7830||Methods and Research in History||3|
|History Elective Courses|
|Select twenty-two credits, including the following:||22|
A minimum of three History courses in major field
A minimum of two History courses in minor field
Four History courses must be at the 7000 level
At least one 8000 level History seminar
|LIS Elective Courses|
|Select seven credits||7|
Total for both degrees: fifty-seven credits (no more than fourteen credits may be double-counted).