Youth Services in Libraries &
Information Settings
Graduate Academic Certificate

Online graduate academic certificate offered by the UNT College of Information

4

Total Classes

12

Total Credit Hours

$
5.1
K

Estimated TX Resident
Tuition & Fees

Subject to Change
Varies by State Residency
1/13

Next Start Date

Youth Services in Libraries &
Information Settings
Graduate Academic Certificate

An American Library Association study produced a document entitled Public Libraries as Partners in Youth Development, which outlines the need for library professionals in the youth services area. In response to this need, the University of North Texas College of Information Department of Library and Information Sciences is pleased to offer the first Graduate Academic Certificate in Youth Services in Libraries and Information Settings in the nation. The Academic Certificate is approved by the UNT Toulouse Graduate School and is aligned with the national Council on Graduate School guidelines. Academic certificates are a growth area in higher education and this program offers Master’s-level courses focused toward establishing a core of knowledge in literature, services, programs, and information organization for youth. The courses required are offered year-round and are taught by a team of full-time graduate professors who specialize in courses targeted to the youth population

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