From the GMR: Wayne State's Online MLIS and Certificate Options
The Wayne State Library and Information Science Program has a number of fully-online degree and certificate programs that might interest you, your employees, and your patrons. For these fully-online programs, the tuition and fees are the same regardless of geographic location. Online students pay the same rate as Michigan students!
We are the top-ranked ALA-accredited Library and Information Science program that caters solely to master's students. Our program is well-known for training tech-savvy graduates prepared to work in diverse library and information science environments. In addition, our tuition costs are among the lowest nationwide.
Our fully-online programs include:
Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS): applications for the Spring/Summer 2009 semester are now being accepted. All application materials must be received by February 15, 2009 to be considered.
Graduate Certificate in Information Management for Librarians: this 15-hour (5 course) certificate focuses on the tools needed to use technology efficiently and effectively in gathering, storing, and disseminating information.
Graduate Certificate in Records and Information Management (RIM): this 15-hour (5 course) certificate provides professional education to individuals wishing to successfully manage records and information within public and private sector organizations.
Complete details about these programs are available on our website: www.lisp.wayne.edu. Any questions can be directed to our Academic Services Officer, Megen Rehahn, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or toll-free phone to 877.263.2665.
Thank you for helping to get the word out about these new online programs!