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Published: Friday, July 14, 2017 by Allison Randall Gatt more...
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Published: Thursday, March 02, 2017 by Allison Randall Gatt more...
Want to take a School of Information course before beginning your master’s program? You can do it through the school’s Open Classes program.
Open Classes are a great way to get a head start on your master’s program and explore what the iSchool is all about. Alumni and other professionals who already hold a master’s degree also take Open Classes to strengthen their current professional skills.
Most of the school’s electives are available to you through Open Classes, and if there is space available in the course, you can sign up. (As a future master’s student at our school, you can rest assured that we give our MLIS and MARA students the opportunity to enroll in the classes first, before offering open seats to others.)
If you are admitted for the fall 2015 semester and want to get a head start on your MLIS or MARA coursework through Open Classes, you can sign up for the spring or summer sessions (or both) for up to 3 units each semester.
Published: Tuesday, September 23, 2014 by Allison Randall Gatt more...
What are your summer plans?
If you aren’t planning a long trip, or you don’t have big responsibilities at work or at home, you might want to consider the new i.School Open Classes program at SLIS. Recently unveiled, the Open Classes program provides the opportunity for newly admitted students to get an early start on their electives.
The Open Classes program was not designed just for newly admitted students. It allows anyone to enroll in one or more of the school’s graduate-level courses and earn college credit, including SLIS alumni who want to update their knowledge.
If you’re currently admitted to the school’s MLIS or MARA program and plan to start classes in fall 2014, you could potentially enroll for the summer session through the Open Classes program and take an elective (core classes aren’t available). You can then use the course you complete this summer towards your graduation requirements, getting you one step closer to completing your degree.
Published: Tuesday, February 25, 2014 by Kari Van Baalen more...