Online degree programs from MCTC

computerAre you a library/school media paraprofessional searching for a way to advance your skill set? Would you be interested in doing so in an entirely online environment? If so, this could be just the opportunity you’re looking for!

Tom Eland from Minneapolis Community & Technical College (MCTC) wants to remind library personnel of the following opportunities:

Minneapolis Community & Technical College (MCTC) is accepting applications for fall semester enrollment in the Library Information Technology Program. The program offers the following awards:

Associate of Applied Science Degree (60 credits)
Certificate in Public Services (20 credits)
Certificate in Technical Services (20 credits)

Combined certificates (29 credits)

The Library Information Technology (LIT) Program will equip you with the practical and conceptual skills needed to work in highly automated libraries and information agencies at the paraprofessional level. Whether you seek the A.A.S. Degree in order to become a paraprofessional or transfer to a 4-year college, or if you earn a certificate, MCTC’s LIT program will train you in the ethical, legal and professional frameworks for delivering library and information resources to communities. Both the degree and the certificates are offered in a fully online environment.
 
 
To watch a promotional video go to: https://vimeo.com/mctclibrary/lit
 
For application & admissions information go to: http://www.minneapolis.edu/Admissions/How-to-Apply
 
If you need more information about the program please contact either Kathy Schmidt, program advisor:Kathy.Schmidt@minneapolis.edu, or Tom Eland, program faculty member: Thomas.Eland@minneapolis.edu.
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