The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

School of Education - Library and Information Studies

Course Information

Course Planning

All students are assigned to an academic adviser, whom they should consult at least once per semester for program planning and advising. When students receive their acceptance letter to the program, they will be notified on the bottom of the letter as to the name of their academic adviser.

Core courses are offered every year on the following schedule:


LIS 600 – Foundations of Library and Information Studies
LIS 640 – Information Organization and Access


LIS 600 – Foundations of Library and Information Studies
LIS 620 – Information Sources and Services
LIS 650 – Library Administration and Management

Three-year Plan

The 3-year plan helps you map out the courses you want to take during the program. The plan includes a list of the courses and the semesters in which they are offered.

Download the entire 3-year plan here: three-year plan 2013-2017.

Plan of Study

Plan of Study — General Masters (MLIS)

Plan of Study — MLIS with School Library Licensure (076)

Plan of Study — MLIS with Instructional Technology (077)

Plan of Study — School Library Supervisor Licensure (078)


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