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A master's degree is a postgraduate academic degree. One must already have an undergraduate degree to apply for a master's program. Most master's degree program would require students to complete a master's thesis or research paper.

Archival science is an area of academic study that discusses the ways in which archives are built and maintained. Digital preservation and research, document management, and conservation are often covered in this type of program.

Distance education or distance learning is a way of delivering education and instruction, often on an individual basis, to students who are not physically present on campus.

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Master of Education (MED/ALTA) Library Education Media (Online)

Alabama State University The Harold Lloyd Murphy Graduate School
Online Full time Part time 1 year August 2019 USA Montgomery + 1 more

Candidates working towards an M.Ed. in Library Media Education (A level) must complete 30 to 33 hours of coursework that includes an internship of 300 clock hours. The internship consists of 100 hours in an elementary school library; 100 hours in a secondary school library; 100 hours repeating either of the previous levels or in a public library that has children and youth department; On-site supervisors must be certified P-12 Media Specialists; School libraries must be state accredited schools.


The College of Education's Library Education Media programs are designed to prepare professional educators to become P-12 Media Specialists. Our programs are accredited by both the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and by The National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE). During the course of their professional studies, candidates engage in courses that enrich their content area skills, assist in refining connections between the media center and the classroom, allow them to focus on the administration of media services, and engage them in learning criteria for book selection. The required LEM courses provide candidates with opportunities in reflective thinking as they discuss topics and engage in creating materials that demonstrate they are decision-makers. Candidates working towards an M.Ed. in Library Media Education (A level) must complete 30 to 33 hours of course work that includes an internship of 300 clock hours. Internship consists of:... [-]