The Palmer School of Library and Information Science operates at three convenient locations around the New York metropolitan area: LIU Post in Brookville, LIU Brentwood and New York University’s Bobst Library in Manhattan. Online and blended learning course options are offered. Staff members and resources are available at each location, giving Palmer School students full support at every stage of their academic careers. Courses are taught in the evenings and on weekends and advisors help each student to create a flexible schedule that works with their jobs and family responsibilities.
The Palmer School has offered master’s courses in Library and Information Science at LIU Brentwood since 2002. Classes are offered at convenient evening and weekend hours, mindful of the working adult. Students are only required to take one class at LIU Post in Brookville.
Online & Blended Programs
The Palmer School offers an expanded number of courses in the online and blended formats. Students can take the Advanced Certificate in Archives and Records Management and the M.S. in Library and Information Science/School Library Media completely online and in a blended format.
Master’s courses in Library and Information Science have been offered in Manhattan since 1986. Since the Fall of 1993, the Palmer School has based its operations in Manhattan in the New York University Bobst Library (70 Washington Square South) where the Palmer School has offices and classrooms. Students can complete the full M.S. in Library and Information Science degree at this site and the Advanced Certificate in Archives & Records Management. Students are given on-site borrowing privileges to NYU’s Bobst Library.
The Master of Science degree program in Library and Information Science, the Ph.D. In Information Studies, and the Advanced Certificate in Archives & Records Management are offered at LIU Post in Brookville, N.Y. Classes are held in smart technology classrooms in the B. Davis Schwartz Memorial Library. Students have access to extensive online research databases, a 2.8 million volume library and several computer centers and wireless hotspots.