Programs are listed alphabetically by the state or province in which the primary campus is located. Each entry includes contact information, the name of the accredited program, date through which it is accredited, and distance education opportunities.
Some entries have a notation of (Conditional) next to them. This indicates conditional accreditation—a status assigned to a program that must make changes to comply with the Standards for Accreditation of Master’s Programs in Library and Information Studies to enable accreditation beyond the date specified by the Committee on Accreditation (COA). Please note that these programs are fully accredited under the Standards.
This directory offers summary information only. Please consult the school directly for in-depth information regarding programs, course offerings, distance education programs, admissions, financial aid, and degrees.
See our guidelines for choosing a master's program in library and information studies for help in selecting the master's program that is right for you.