Online Librarian Programs

If your dream job has you surrounded by books and reading, consider career training to become a librarian. Librarians work in colleges, elementary and secondary schools, as well as in information centers maintained by government agencies.

A master's degree in library science is typically required for most librarian positions, and additional licensure may be required for librarians working in public schools. Typical coursework in a library science master's degree program includes information resources and systems, database management, library automation, collection development, and more. Any bachelor's degree is considered an adequate prerequisite for a library science master's degree program, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Whether you have a busy family life, a full-time job, or other obligations, online degree training offers you the freedom you need to complete a degree program. Training takes place in an online setting, meaning that you don't have to adhere to a strict schedule as you learn.

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