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Careers in Library Science and Media

Many traditional libraries are transitioning to research support roles. The field of library science involves online resources, virtual schools, and the evolving role of librarians and research assistants across all industries. Just a few of the many professional careers that often begin with a Bachelor of Arts in Library Science and Media include:

  • Learning and Development Specialist
  • Trainer
  • Executive Assistant
  • Information Broker
  • Web Master
  • Web Developer and Specialist
  • Local Area Network Coordinator
  • Educational Sales
  • Telecommunications Specialist
  • Process and Systems Specialist
  • Archivist
  • Curator
  • Virtual Reference Specialist
  • Librarian Administrator, Coordinator, Director
  • School Media Specialist
  • Library Aid
  • Research Specialist

Discover more information about degree programs in education at Ashford University.

Discover more information about degree programs and careers in education at Ashford University. The Bachelor of Arts in Library Science and Media is not CAEP**, TEAC or NCATE accredited, which is a requirement for certification in some states, and successful completion of the Bachelor of Arts in Library Science and Media by itself does not lead to certification or licensure in any state. Other factors, such as a student’s criminal history, may prevent an applicant from obtaining licensure or employment in this field of study. All prospective students are advised to visit the Education Resource Organizations Directory (EROD) and to contact the licensing body of the state where they are licensed or intend to obtain licensure to verify that these courses qualify for teacher certification, endorsement, and/or salary benefits in that state prior to enrolling. Prospective students are also advised to regularly review the states’ policies and procedures relating to licensure as those policies are subject to change.

** The Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) is the resulting entity from the merger of the Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC) and National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE).

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