Become an expert in school librarianship
SCHOOL LIBRARIANSHIP @ THE UMD ISCHOOL
The UMD College of Information Studies (UMD iSchool) prepares MLIS students for a career in School Librarianship through Maryland State Certification.
Prospective students can apply to the MLIS Program and complete the School Library Specialization. They will graduate with an ALA-accredited MLIS degree that qualifies them for jobs in the library and information science field as well as certification as a school librarian (library media specialist) in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia, and/or other states with comparable requirements. To learn more about becoming a school librarian, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please see the Maryland State Department of Education’s website for information about requirements for school library certification, specifically the Code of Maryland Regulations COMAR 13A.12.03.03 Library Media Specialist Certification.
About the UMD iSchool School Librarianship (CSL) Certificate
for Currently Enrolled Students
(No longer accepting new applicants)
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