Offered in conjunction with the Online Teacher Librarian Services Credential, this online program enables the candidate to earn both the Master of Arts in School Librarianship and the credential by completing two courses beyond the requirements for the credential alone.1 The graduate library degree enhances the credential with educational coursework that combines library services and resources with student, teacher, and classroom needs.
By understanding the curriculum foundations, history, and psychological, philosophical, and ethical issues relevant to today’s student bodies, the librarian services teacher can better facilitate the education process and advance the goals of the California school system.
Learn more about the importance of librarians in today’s climate and how an online librarian degree can prepare you to help students navigate learning and researching in a quickly changing world.
- A blend of theoretical coursework and practical training prepares students for educational leadership as librarian services teachers with expertise in literacy, technology, and curricula.
- The program allows students to earn their Master of Arts in School Librarianship along with the Teacher Librarian Services Credential by taking just two classes beyond the credential alone.
- Students enjoy an integrated online learning community as they progress through their credential and degree.
- Study at a top-ranked, accredited university known for quality in academics and successful graduates.
Note: This information is current for the 2019-20 academic year; however, all stated academic information is subject to change. Please refer to the current Academic Catalog for more information.