USC's Master of Management in Library and Information Science online degree is offered by a top-ranked business school in the U.S.
As the only library and information science degree in the nation to be offered through a top-ranked business school, USC's Master of Management in Library and Information Science online degree explores leadership and management strategies — as well as business operations — to prepare students for high-level careers in the library and information science fields.
If you already have a master's in library science, we offer the Graduate Certificate in Library and Information Management online program to help you develop advanced leadership and management skills.
Study leadership tactics geared specifically toward today's library landscape and library science-based professions.
Be a part of a field that is constantly evolving along with modern technology and offers a variety of career choices.
Experience the advantages of the nation's only library science degree program to be offered through a leading school of business.
MMLIS students have the ongoing support of their student support specialist, faculty and staff.
USC's MMLIS online program has received Initial Accreditation from the American Library Association (ALA)
The Marshall School of Business is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB)
USC is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC)
If you already have a Master's in Library and Information Science, and you're ready to advance as a leader, we offer a post-master's certificate. The Graduate Certificate in Library and Information Management is designed to help you develop advanced leadership and management skills.
The USC Master of Management in Library and Information Science (MMLIS) online degree transcends the scope of a traditional library and information science degree program, delivering management strategies to help you define your role as a leader.
Offered through the top-ranked Marshall School of Business, the USC MMLIS provides training in leadership, business and management to help mold the leaders of tomorrow's information culture.
USC is home to an expansive network of 24 libraries and information centers. Within the network is the digital library as well as libraries in medicine, philosophy and the cinematic arts.
The MMLIS program is advised by the CLLM, a one-of-a-kind institution dedicated to leadership development, continuing education and shaping dynamic courses of study at USC.
The MMLIS online degree was designed to provide students with added scheduling flexibility without sacrificing education quality.
The curriculum covers essential facets of librarianship — such as foundations, research, collection development and information technologies — and presents you with opportunities to advance your management and leadership skills through teamwork, communication for leaders and project management. Aligned with the 14 major competencies laid out by the American Library Association, the MMLIS curriculum has been designed to produce library and information management leaders.
Change is coming to museums, businesses and government offices. Libraries are no longer cold, quiet, impersonal data rooms. Today, these spaces are transforming into vibrant learning hubs, creating a demand for industry professionals who are ready to lead their organizations into a new era of librarianship.
Modern librarians are engaging and instructive, with a firm understanding of digital media. They are tutors, teachers, mentors and business professionals. They are managers of resources, including individuals. With the wide range of career opportunities for librarians, this is a wonderful time to be a librarian.
As a student in the Master of Management in Library and Information Science online program, you have access to the support of an exceptional team of educators. The acclaimed faculty of the Marshall School of Business is an immensely valuable resource. Your professors will engage you in thought-provoking discussion and provide wisdom and mentorship throughout the program.