The School of Library and Information Science (SLIS) is a national leader with top-rated faculty, prestigious alumnae/i, and great locations in Boston and SLIS West (South Hadley, and Amherst, Massachusetts).
A powerful opportunity to educate, inform, and serve the communities in which we live. Our students can complete the Master's of Library and Information Science program and several concentrations entirely online, or in blended online and face-to-face format.
U.S. News & World Report ranked the Master's in Library and Information Science 12th in the nation. SLIS was also ranked 4th for Services for Children and Youth programs. Our Archives Management concentration is ranked 3rd among Archives & Preservation programs, our School Library Teacher concentration ranked 9th among School Library Media programs, and our Cultural Heritage concentration ranked 12th among Digital Librarianship programs.
In the School of Library and Information Science, you'll have direct and frequent access to faculty who pride themselves on being personal mentors. You'll work closely with classmates in an engaging, supportive classroom environment, be it face-to-face or through our innovative online programs.
At a Glance
Master of Science in Library and Information Science
PhD in Library and Information Science
Post-Master's Certificate in Archives Management
Post-Master's Certificate in School Library Teacher Licensure
Areas of Focus
Please join us for a brief introduction to our programs, followed by a Q&A.
We'd love to answer any questions you may have.
Kate Benson, Director of Graduate Admission
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