Real library and information professionals don’t just serve their communities, they empower them
Today's new librarians are not threatened or made obsolete by the Internet or technology; instead they are using everything at their disposal to shape the world around you — often without you even noticing.
Professor Dave Lankes on "New Librarianship"
The iSchool has also established the Entrepreneurial Librarianship Scholarship to offer a unique opportunity for entrepreneurially minded individuals each year to study library and information science. To learn more visit our Entrepreneurial Librarianship page.
Get to know a few iSchool students who helping to change the perception of Librarianship.
Programs of Study
Professor Jill Hurst-Wahl on Library and Information Science @ the iSchool.
IN THE NEWS:
iSchool earns high marks in U.S. News and World Report 2014 Best Graduate Schools Rankings. READ MORE >>
Recent LIS Grads in the Field
Recent LIS Graduates are not just in libraries. Check out these interesting careers.
- Electronic resource librarian
- Librarian for instruction and outreach Archive specialist
- University librarian
- Internet policy specialist
- Digital collections librarian
- Metadata Librarian
- Library media specialist
- Legislative librarian
The most up-to-date curriculum information may be found on the Syracuse University Course Catalog.
View Curriculum >>
The best way to apply is via our online application. This method allows us to process your application faster and more efficiently.
Have a question about the certificate? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or email email@example.com to contact a current MSLIS student, who can answer questions about the iSchool or life in Syracuse.
For an information packet with complete admissions and curriculum information, please use our online information request form.