Library and Information Science Master’s Program Upon successful completion of the 39 credit hour program of study in the LIS Program, you will receive a Master of Arts in Information Science & Learning Technologies with an Emphasis in Library Science.
- Face-to-face classes, giving you the opportunity to meet classmates and future colleagues.
- Online asynchronous classes, allowing you to participate any time, anywhere.
- Online synchronous classes, scheduled at fixed times to allow online, real-time interaction without the drive time.
- Hybrid classes, combining face-to-face and online instruction.
ALA accreditation status:
Accreditation of the Master of Arts in Information Science & Learning Technologies program at the University of Missouri has been withdrawn by the American Library Association Committee on Accreditation, effective . An appeal is pending.
All information exchanged in the review process, including appeals, is strictly confidential. This includes, but is not limited to, all reports, Self-Studies, files, correspondence, discussions, and Decision Documents. During an appeal, the standards at issue are not publicly disclosed until a final decision is made. (Accreditation Process, Policies, and Procedures, fourth edition, IV.4)