Library science graduate certificate programs
What is a Library science graduate certificate program?
A library science graduate certificate program is one way you may be able to develop specialized skills or enhance your understanding of new technologies being used in the industry. Search through our database to find your ideal library science graduate certification .
What can you do with a library and information science certificate?
Completing a library science certification may help you to work in one of several positions. This may include working as an academic librarian, school librarian, data curator, emerging technology librarian, or instruction librarian.
What degrees are related to library sciences?
Completing a graduate degree program in library science may be beneficial to those who have completed a bachelor’s degree in the field or in a teaching program. You may be able to use a certificate program as a way to further your education in a related field.
Popular Schools with Library Science Graduate Certifications
|State||Employment||Annual Mean Wage|
|Metro Area||Annual Mean Salary||Employment|
|Sebastian-Vero Beach, FL||$76,760||70|
|Lakeland-Winter Haven, FL||$73,030||280|
|Atlantic City-Hammonton, NJ||$69,880||100|
|Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach, FL||$66,540||2,630|
|Naples-Immokalee-Marco Island, FL||$65,610||50|
GradSchools.com offers 38 Graduate Schools with Library Science Graduate Certification Programs
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
University of Montana
Queens College - City University Of New York
Robert Gordon University, The
Old Dominion University
Oklahoma State University
Leeds Metropolitan University
Illinois State University
University of Lincoln
San Jose State University
St. Cloud State University