Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Get Your Library Science Degree...At The Library!

LSU School of Library and Information Science Information Session @ the Main Library


Did you know you can complete the Master’s of Library and Information Science degree from LSU without having to travel to Baton Rouge to take classes?

Dean Beth Paskoff of LSU SLIS will be in Houma to meet with prospective students on December 5, 2008 to discuss the admissions process, degree requirements, and schedule of distance education courses. She will also meet with alumni and current students to share their experiences with the distance education program at LSU. All interested are invited.

Prospective students should remember that it is still possible for qualified applicants to be admitted for the Spring 2009 semester.

Please share this information with regular library users who are thinking about a career change, school teachers, friends, and anyone else who might be interested in earning an MLIS degree.

Friday, December 5, 10:30 am -12:00 noon
Terrebonne Parish Public Library, 151 Library Drive
Distance Education Room (upstairs)

Call LSU’s School of Library and Information Science at 225-578-1480. Or, call the library at 876-5158.

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