You can do THAT with an MSLIS?

The Master of Science in Library and Information Science takes people to unexpected places, like Marvel Comics, Lucasfilms, the Conjuring Arts Research Center, the Ralph Lauren library, the N.Y. Daily News, the Frick, the Whitney, the American Museum of Natural History, the Met, MoMA, the Keith Haring Foundation, the N-Y Historical Society, Viacom, Sony, hospitals and media centers of all types and more. You already figured you could wind up in libraries, colleges, universities, elementary and secondary schools, but information everywhere needs managing and that’s what our graduates do! Every one of these places has recently hired Palmer grads.

Have you been thinking about this degree for years? Don’t fight it any longer! Take a look at the Palmer School where information managers (aka librarians) go on to work in so many exciting and rewarding careers.

Questions about the program? Check out this blog and/or email alice.flynn@liu.edu.

Did you know?

Did you know that we keep copies of course evaluations at all of our locations? If you need help deciding on a course, drop by and read some comments from students who have previously taken the course. The concentrations page on this blog fully describes our concentrations and their recommended/required courses.

Fill out an advising worksheet to help track your progress! Page 2 has course recommendations for Archives and Records Management and Rare Books and Special Collections. Library Media Specialist worksheet is here; Dual Degree worksheet here.

If you want general advice on which courses are best to take based on your current interests, please make an appointment with an advisor!