Stackable Certificate Programs, Information Studies
Stackable graduate certificates are available to degree-seeking and non-degree-seeking graduate students. Some stackable certificates may be awarded following completion of program requirements, while others require simultaneous awarding of the graduate certificate and a graduate degree.
See the Stackable Certificates section of this catalog for additional information and policies related to stackable certificates.
The graduate program for this catalog section offers the following stackable certificate programs. To see a full list of graduate certificates offered at the University, please see the Graduate Study section of the Graduate Catalog.
Information Studies: School Librarian
The Information Studies: School Librarian stackable graduate certificate is designed for certified teachers with at least two years of full-time classroom teaching experience from a public or private accredited school who plan to seek certification as a School Librarian from the Texas Education Agency (TEA). The program requires completion of 15 semester credit hours of coursework, including a three-hour practicum course. The stackable graduate certificate is available to degree-seeking and non-degree-seeking graduate students in the School of Information. Students are accepted in a summer semester and normally spend four semesters completing program requirements.
|INF 387||Administration (Topic 5: School Library Management I)||3|
|INF 382L||Information Resources and Services (Topic 3: Inquiry and Information Seeking in K-12)||3|
|INF 387||Administration (Topic 6: School Library Management II)||3|
|INF 382G||Information Resources and Services for Children and Young Adults (Topic 3: Materials for Children and Young Adults)||3|
|INF 388R||Practicum in School Libraries||3|