The Professional Masters Degree Program in Library and Information Science
The Library and Information Science Program, which has over 40 years of quality and excellence in teaching, research and service, has produced hundreds of information professionals working in Hawaii and the nation and throughout the world. A great part of our success can be attributed to the visionary leadership and proactive planning that have marked the LIS Programs approach to addressing the realities of a rapidly changing information environment.
The Master of Library & Information Science (MLISc) program consists of a basic set of required courses, augmented by courses relevant to particular specializations, and elective courses appropriate for various library or information careers. The degree is awarded after completion of 42 credit hours and either the Thesis (Option A) or Oral Comprehensive Exams (Option B).
Please refer to the LIS Web site: http://www.hawaii.edu/lis/