Submitted by Blake on February 20, 2019 - 4:40pm
Wayne State University is set to offer a new experimental school library certificate to address student demand and a general shortage of certified school librarians in the state.
The Detroit-based university plans to offer a 15-credit program through its School of Information Sciences, said Matt Fredericks, academic services officer for the school. The course load is designed to equip students with the necessary media specialist skills without requiring the typical 36-credit master's program.
From Wayne State to roll out fast-track librarian certificate amid shortage, student demand