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    Jul 23, 2024  
2023-2024 Graduate Catalog 
2023-2024 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Library Science with a concentration in Law Librarianship and Legal Informatics, MS

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The law librarianship and legal informatics concentration will prepare graduates for careers in law libraries, information organizations using legal information resources and information publishers. Law librarians play key roles as information professionals in the management of information, training, and information organization in many diverse settings including law schools, courts, private law firms, corporations, government departments and agencies, or in correctional institutions.

General Requirements

  1. Total coursework is 36 credit hours (12 courses).
  2. Enrollment in INFO 5090  (practicum/practicum) unless officially waived based on previous professional and industry experience.
  3. Completion of the Capstone Experience.  

Law librarianship and legal informatics concentration, 6 hours

Completion of at least two courses (6 hours) from the list of courses below with the guidance of the academic advisor.

General electives, 12 hours

Completion of additional four elective courses (12 hours) from the categories listed below in addition to INFO 5090 , if it is not waived by the advisor.

Additional information

School Library Certification students should see the respective program pages for specific requirements, as their options may differ from other programs. 

Further information concerning these requirements may be obtained through the department.

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