MSLIS/MFA - Library Science/Digital Arts;
MSLIS/MS - Library Science/History of Art & Design;
MSLIS/JD - Library Science/Law (with Brooklyn Law School), Library and Information Science Advanced Certificate; Library Media Specialist Certificate; Museum Libraries Certificate; Archives Certificate
In today's digital world, information expressed and communicated across new media now pervades what was our text dominated world. As digital arts converges with digital information, it offers a wide of range new opportunities for bringing expression and creativity to the information world, be it in designing virtual information environments or interactive media. Increasingly information professionals will need high-level knowledge and skills in using digital tools to serve the needs cultural and educational institutions such as museum, libraries and archives as well as the publishing industry and diverse arts and entertainment communities. Through the dual-degree, students become art historians and librarians and are able to carry out art history research. They learn to design information systems and networks, use digital technology, apply the theories, research and practice of information science and use the Internet and Web to convey meaning and communicate content effectively and creatively in the arts across diverse cultures and societies of today's global digital landscape.
The Master in Library and Information Science program is accredited by the Committee on Accreditation of the American Library Association.
Tuition & Financial Aid
Cost Per Credit Hour:
Financial Aid Offered: No
Classification: Schools of Art and Music
Institution Sector: Private not-for-profit
Locale: Large City
Size & Settings: 1,000 - 4,999