Illinois State University offers coursework in School Librarianship designed especially for teachers seeking endorsement as Library Information Specialists. By completing the post-baccalaureate certificate program in School Librarianship, certified teachers complete the 24 credit hours in library science required by the Illinois State Board of Education as part of the endorsement process (the other part consists of passing the content-area exam). Taught by experienced practitioners and University faculty, the courses have been carefully mapped to the Illinois content area standards.
This certificate requires 24 credit hours for completion.
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A student applying to a graduate certificate program or as a graduate student at-large must:
International students can learn more about specific application requirements by visiting the Office of Admissions.
A student applying to this program must:
Please note: Most of the students enrolling in these courses are certified teachers, though there are some exceptions. Prerequisites for all of the courses are: "Certified teachers or consent of instructor."
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