An area of concentration in Library Science prepares you with the skills needed to work in a variety of library settings. These skills are learned through coursework in literature, as well as the developing, storing, finding, organizing, and managing of information.
|Concentration Requirements (Blocks 1 & 2)*||30 hours|
|TED 2160 Intro to Library Services||3 hours|
|TED 2360 Children's Literature||3 hours|
|TED 2500 Digital Citizenship||3 hours|
|TED 4590 Teaching and Learning in Digital Environments||3 hours|
|TED 4660 Young Adult Literature||3 hours|
|TED 4710 Research and Inquiry
|TED 4740 Management of Information Resources in Libraries
|TED 3760 Adult Services, Programming, and Outreach in Libraries
|TED 4800 Leadership and Management in Libraries
|TED 4570 Library Science Capstone||3 hours|
* Must include at least 12 hours of upper level credit completed at UNO
A minimum of 120 hours are required for the Bachelor of Multidisciplinary Studies degree. A complete list of degree requirements can be found here.
All students interested in Library Science should also contact Erica Rose email@example.com or at 402.554.3485.
|Students with an area of concentration in Library Science may find careers in:|
|• Public, academic, and special libraries|
|• Public and Private Information Agencies|