Certificate of Advanced Study in Library and Information Science, Digital Libraries Concentration
The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign's Graduate School of Library and Information Science complies with the U.S. Department of Education's Gainful Employment requirements by disclosing information to applicants regarding our Certificate of Advanced Study program. Required information can be found here.
Students and faculty advisers work closely together in selecting appropriate courses of study to meet individual needs. Areas of concentration include digital libraries, management, and youth services. The C.A.S. may be completed on-campus or through the LEEP online scheduling option.
Students admitted to the C.A.S. program may optionally pursue a Concentration in Digital Libraries.
|LIS 593||CAS Project (min/max applied toward degree)||8|
|CAS-DL Core courses|
|LIS 453||Systems Analysis and Mgt||4|
|LIS 560||Digital Libraries||4|
|LIS 561||Information Modeling||4|
|LIS 562||Metadata in Theory & Practice||4|
|Four elective courses from the CAS Digital Library Electives||16|
|Other requirements may overlap|
|Masters Degree in Library and Information Science is required for admission|
|A concentration is not required.|
|Minimum Hours Required Within the Unit:||24|
|Minimum 500-level Hours Required Overall:||12|
|The credit-no credit option can only be applied to courses taken outside the library and information science curriculum and courses taken with this option can not be applied to the degree.|