Library Science Programs
Library Science Education Undergraduate Programs
The University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) celebrates a diverse array of library science education programs that provide credentials and continuing education for those seeking employment in 21st Century library and information agencies.
- Award winning faculty
- Engaged advising and access to student services
- High-tech learning environments
- Local and regional professional networks
- Field site experiences throughout the program
Best College Reviews has named UNO the #1 online Bachelor’s Degree in Library Science for 2018. UNO was chosen for its diverse, comprehensive curriculum and almost 100% job placement rate enjoyed by graduates who go on to work as academic librarians, technology coordinators, media archivists, public library directors, and more.
UNO Undergraduate Library Science Programs
School Libraries:College of Education, School Library Endorsement program: This blended (combination of online and on campus class sessions) program allows candidates to acquire an elementary or secondary teaching certificate and add the endorsement necessary to direct a school library.
Special, Public, Academic libraries:
This 100% online program provides credentials for candidates seeking entry level positions in special, public, and academic libraries. This program can be completed in the College of Education OR the Bachelor of Multidisciplinary Studies program.
TED 2160 Introduction to Library Services
TED 2360 Children’s Literature and Education
TED 2500 Digital Citizenship
TED 4570 Practicum
TED 4590 Teaching & Learning in Digital Environments
TED 4660 Young Adult literature and Education
TED 4710 Research and Inquiry
TED 4740 Organization of Information
TED 4760 Managing Collection in Libraries & Information Agencies
TED 4800 Leadership and Management in Libraries
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