Open Classes Academics
“The Open Classes program is incredible. The course work is already helping me improve my skills.” — Jessica Berger
Open Classes courses are electives offered in the Master of Library and Information Science and Master of Archives and Records Administration programs. Most of the electives offered in the master’s degree programs are available through the Open Classes program on a space available basis. Courses are offered during the fall, spring, and summer sessions. Course selection and faculty vary each session.
Summer 2019 class topics include: GLBTIQ Resources and Services, MySQL In Depth, Graphic Novels, Workflow assessment and design in collaboration with technology teams, Prison Library Management, Using Social Media for Competitive and Company Research, Photographic Preservation, and Health Literacy and Public Libraries, among many other exciting topics.
The window to request classes for the summer 2019 session will open in late April. The list of courses offered is available now.