Master of Arts in School Library and Information Technology
FPU's Master of Arts in Library and Information Technology is known for educational quality throughout the state and nation. The program exposes students to a set of rich experiences that prepares them to administer successful and resourceful school library programs. Providing a theoretical and practical foundation in school librarianship, students develop specialized teaching skills as well as administrative and library science and information technology skills.
- Continues coursework from the teacher librarian services credential
- Known throughout the state and nation for its educational quality
- One class at a time—allowing for a deeper understanding, more rigorous curriculum and time for reflection
Degree ProgramTeacher Librarian Program
The following courses are part of this program. Please speak with an admissions counselor for specific course information.
- Digital-Age School Library Technology
- Library Media Center Programs
- Administration of the School Media Center
- Analysis, Evaluation and Selection of Learning Resources
- Information Services in School Library Media Programs
- A Critical Look At Children's and Young Adult's Literature
- A Critical Look At Young Adult's Literature
- Information and Communication Technologies
- Organization of Learning Resources
- Field Studies in School Librarianship
- Research Methods in Education
- Values in School and Society
- Project/Thesis Proposal- School Library Media
- Project/Thesis School Library Media
- Application form and fee
- Orientation interview (meet with program director for education plan)
- Statement of intent (1-2 pages explaining your goals)
- Three references (see form below)
- Official transcript verifying BA/BS degree
- Letter of explanation if your GPA is under 2.75
Applicants must first complete the coursework for the teacher librarian services credential and successfully pass the exit interview in order to continue with the master of arts core courses.
Students enrolling in online courses are responsible to meet system requirements.
Program information and tuition subject to change.