The Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies offers a 52 point dual Master of Arts and Master of Science in Library and Information Science with Long Island University’s Palmer School of Library and Information Science. This unique program is designed to meet the need for subject specialist and scholar librarians in academic, research and cultural institutions.
The Palmer School Manhattan is located in NYU’s Bobst Library, where all classes are held.
Seven courses (28 points) are taken in Palmer including the following:
LIS 510 Introduction to Library Science
LIS 511 Information Sources and Services
LIS 512 Knowledge Organization
LIS 514 Research Methods
LIS 785 Mentorship (4 credit course)
Four LIS electives (strongly suggested electives LIS 516 Collection Development and LIS 606 Information Literacy and Library Instruction)
Six courses (24 points) are taken in NYU GSAS. Please check with the most recent NYU directory of classes for offered courses.
For more information about the dual degree program, contact Alice Flynn at 212.998.2680 or email email@example.com.