For those who pursue employment opportunities beyond archives in such institutions, knowledge of how to store, classify, and retrieve archival material will be a valuable set of skills that enhance the qualifications of the information professional.
In collaboration with several other academic units at University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, SOIS offers students the opportunity to obtain two Master’s degrees concurrently—one in Library and Information Science (MLIS) and one in a subject area, such as the History with Library and Information Science.
- The number of degree credits needed for each of the coordinated programs is usually 12 fewer than the sum of the two programs if they were not taken simultaneously. All degree requirements of each component must be satisfied.
- The MLIS portion of the coordinated degrees can be completed online.
- Prerequisite to the award of either degree in this program is the simultaneous award of its counterpart degree.
The Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS) component of each of the coordinated programs includes 30 credits of SOIS courses. These include the MLIS core courses (12 credits). The remaining 18 MLIS credits are selected from the School’s offerings in accordance with the student’s goals in the coordinated degree program.
- Organization of Information
- Information Access and Retrieval
- Research Methods in Information Studies
- Arrangement and Description in Archives
- Archival Outreach: Programs and Services
- Fieldwork in Archives and Manuscripts
- 12 months
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- An applicant must meet the UWM Graduate School requirements plus all admission requirements of both the School of Information Studies and the coordinated degree department. Please review the admission details of each program and contact an advisor with any questions.
- A bachelor’s degree, or equivalent, from an approved accredited institution with an undergraduate GPA of at least 2.75 (4.0 basis)
- UWM Graduate School Online Application
- One copy of transcripts (directly from each institution you attended)
- Reasons for Graduate Study
- Application Processing Fees
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