The Master of Library and Information Science program includes 19 courses and 58 quarter credit hours. The program can be completed in as few as 21 months on a full-time basis or 27 months on a part-time basis.
Below, we’ve outlined sample schedules for both the full- and part-time tracks to give you a better understanding of what each course sequence might look like.
As a reminder, the curriculum includes one “culminating experience”—either a capstone or a 100-hour internship—and optional in-person immersions which take place each year during the summer quarter.
Full-Time Track: 21 Months*
Quarter 1: 6 Credits
LIS 4000: Foundations LIS 4010: Organization of Information
Quarter 2: 9 Credits
LIS 4050: Library & Information Technologies LIS 4040: Management of Information Organizations LIS 4320: Outreach
Quarter 3: 10 Credits
LIS 4060: Reference LIS 4015: User & Access Services RMS 4900: Educational Research & Measurement