Teacher Librarian Program
With this school library program, you'll develop leadership skills that are responsive to a rapidly changing society with increasing demands to assimilate technology and information literacy into schools and workplaces. The school library program is dynamic, growing and constantly changing to meet your needs, offering both a teacher librarian services credential and Master of Arts in Education with a school library and information technology emphasis. You may complete coursework in the traditional face-to-face class in a completely online format.
To enter the credential program, you must hold a valid teaching credential and official proof of passing the CBEST. Teaching qualifications are essential and a minimum of three years of successful teaching experience is desirable. You may also earn your Master of Arts in Education with an emphasis in school library and information technology by taking additional courses.
The following program options are available.
Courses are designed to expose candidates to a rich set of experiences that will prepare them for service in school libraries. The course of study is specifically intended to prepare librarians for service inside the K-12 school environment.
New Course Offered
Our new Twenty-First Century School Librarianship course allows those who complete it to add the Special Class Authorization (SCA) to your teacher librarian credential.