Wayne State's online MLIS program ranked in top 10 nationally

The Wayne State University School of Information Sciences has been named among the top 10 Best Master’s Wayne State librarian assists student at computerIn Library Science – Online Programs by College Transitions, a consulting firm that offers data-driven services to help students through the college search and admissions process.

According to College Transitions, Wayne State’s MLIS program, “is ranked among the best in the country for good reason,” citing the various and flexible career pathway specializations available to students, including the School Library Media Specialist endorsement and joint master’s degrees in history and public history. Other career pathways include archival administration, community outreach and engagement, health, leadership and management, data analytics and information systems, technical services and more.

"This recognition reaffirms the exceptional quality and versatility of our Master’s of Library and Information Science program,” said Paul Bracke, dean of the Wayne State University Library System and School of Information Sciences. “We are committed to providing students with the foundational skills and knowledge needed to excel in the evolving information fields while offering a flexible curriculum that supports individual students’ personal and professional goals.”

Wayne State University's MLIS degree has been accredited by the American Library Association since 1967. 

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