Syracuse University's MS in Library and Information Science prepares you to help communities access, understand, and use information and resources. Through this online degree program, you will learn how to be an effective specialist in a range of information settings, including academic, corporate and media libraries, digital archives, and nonprofits.
School Media Specialization
The School Media specialization will prepare you to provide dedicated curriculum support to students, faculty, and administrators using current technology and resources in K–12 settings.
Data Science and Information Security Management Certificates of Advanced Study
In addition to earning your master's degree, you can specialize in Data Science or Information Security Management. Through these certificates, you can broaden your expertise and develop technical and theoretical skills that are in high demand in the job market.
No GRE Required to Apply
Syracuse University's iSchool is ranked the no. 4 Library and Information Studies school by U.S. News & World Report and is the nation's Original Information School. The Library and Information Science program has been accredited by the American Library Association (ALA) since 1928.
¹U.S. News & World Report, Syracuse University Library and Information Studies Rankings 2017 (Retrieved January 2020)