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Masters Programs

Getting a minor or Type B Certificate can help open doors to careers in research or library and information science. However, if you would like to pursue a job as a librarian, you'll want to go for you Masters in Library and Information Science (MLIS).

The first step toward attending a masters program in library and information science is finding a program that fits your interests, professional goals, and is an ALA accredited program. Here are some tools for finding programs:

The CWU librarians are also a great resource for learning about MLIS program options. They have earned their degrees from several different programs throughout the US and Canada.

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