The Division of Continuing Studies offers the Bachelor of General Studies degree with an area of concentration in library science.
|TED 2160||Intro to Library Services||3 hrs|
|TED 4590||Teaching & Learning in a Digital Environment||3 hrs|
|TED 2360||Children's Literature and Education||3 hrs|
|TED 4660||Young Adult Literature and Education||3 hrs|
|TED 4710||Reference Resources and Services||3 hrs|
|TED 4720||Special Libraries||3 hrs|
|TED 4740||Cataloging and Classification||3 hrs|
|TED 4760||Managing Collections Lib and Info Agencies||3 hrs|
|TED 4800||Leader and Manage Lib and Info Agencies||3 hrs|
|TED 4570||Capstone Practicum||3 hrs|
Depending on the person’s interests and experiences, substitutions can be made with the approval of an adviser and Becky Pasco of the College of Education (Roskins Hall 308, phone 402-554-2119, firstname.lastname@example.org).
An area of concentration in library science prepares students with the skills needed to work in a variety of library-type settings. These skills are learned through coursework in literature, as well as the developing, storing, finding, organizing, and managing of information. It will also provide the necessary knowledge to pursue an advanced degree, if desired. Library Science students can find careers in public, academic, and special libraries, as well as a diverse array of other public and private information agencies.