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While generally only taking a year or two to complete, a master’s degree demonstrates a high-level understanding of a subject. A Master of Arts typically denotes a humanities or artistic field versus a Master of Science. What is an MA in Library Science? A graduate field covering the collection, preservation, organization, and dissemination of media, library science explores the place of the… Read more

While generally only taking a year or two to complete, a master’s degree demonstrates a high-level understanding of a subject. A Master of Arts typically denotes a humanities or artistic field versus a Master of Science.

What is an MA in Library Science? A graduate field covering the collection, preservation, organization, and dissemination of media, library science explores the place of the library in modern society. This may include the management of brick-and-mortar libraries and online information that relates to them. Although archival science tends to be a separate field, there is generally some archival work in library science. Areas of emphasis that may be offered include information studies, knowledge management, and social media and communications.

The organizational skills you gain during your program are helpful whether you find a career in library services or elsewhere. You may also see improvement in communication and leadership skills, which are beneficial to any career.

If you contact the institution’s financial department, you can receive more information on the cost of the program. Other considerations such as travel expenses or housing should also be included in your budget.

If you pursued a Master of Arts in Library Science, you probably have an interest in working directly with a library. Public libraries are the most common employer, but you might also be able to find jobs with private collections, university libraries, or similar archives. The coursework you receive in information management generally qualifies you to work in electronic resource management. Graduates from these programs have found work as competitive intelligence analysts, program consultants, and publishing directors.

If you do a little research, you may be able to find an option that meets your needs. Modern universities often allow you to take courses online, attend classes part-time, or pursue an accelerated course of study. Studying abroad also provides you with the opportunity to learn about another culture. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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University Bourgogne Franche-Comté (UBFC)
Besançon, France

The Rare Book Digital Humanities master’s degree aims at providing high level competence in rare and early books with a view to providing the capacity to work in the book trad ... +

The Rare Book Digital Humanities master’s degree aims at providing high level competence in rare and early books with a view to providing the capacity to work in the book trade or in rare book conservation and digitization, along with digital humanities expertise allowing one to supervise digitization, online accessibility, and 3D animation projects, among others. -
MA
Full-time
2 years
English, French
Sep 2021
Campus
 
University of Wisconsin-Madison The Information School
Madison, USA

Join us at the iSchool for a progressive and challenging program. Accredited by the American Library Association since the inception of accreditation (1924), our program will ... +

Join us at the iSchool for a progressive and challenging program. Accredited by the American Library Association since the inception of accreditation (1924), our program will support you in becoming innovative information professional. The Master of Arts in Library and Information Studies can be completed either on-campus or online. -
MA
English
Sep 2021
Campus
Online