M.S. in Libraries, Informatics and Technology in Education (LITE)
The 100% online Master of Science in Libraries, Informatics and Technology in Education prepares students to assist communities in discovering and utilizing library resources.
This program develops skills needed to serve as a library media specialists, training development specialists, educational technology specialists, and information service specialists in schools, colleges, public libraries, and private organizations.
Top skills for these positions include:
- Library Science
- Library Services (Library Law) Library
- Collection Development
- Integrated Library Systems
- Public Service
- Library Instruction
To learn more about WKU Graduate School and the M.S. in Libraries, Informatics and Technology in Education, view the Graduate Catalog. To take the next step on your climb to the top, apply today!
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