Palmer School Manhattan Program at New York University
Upcoming Information Sessions
The Palmer School of Library and Information Science hosts information sessions several times a year at its Manhattan location. You are also welcome to make an appointment to meet with the program director at anytime.
Wednesday, March 5
Monday, April 7
Tuesday, May 6
Master of Science
in Library and Information Science
The Palmer School of Library and Information Science offers the full Master of Science in Library and Information Science (M.S.L.I.S.) program at its Manhattan location in the renowned Bobst Library of New York University, an outstanding research facility in the heart of Greenwich Village, overlooking Washington Square. This convenient location offers students access to the world’s premier libraries, museums, special collections, and experts in the library world.
Rare Books and Special Collections
The campus also offers a long-established and unique optional concentration in Rare Books and Special Collections. This program, led by nationally and internationally recognized expert J. Fernando Peña, offers our students one-of-a-kind opportunities in the rare books/special collections world of New York City and beyond.
Archives and Records Management
The Advanced Certificate program in Archives and Records Management, is an area that recently has seen tremendous growth in employment opportunities. This certificate can be earned within the 36-credit M.S.L.I.S. program.
Dual Master's Degree Program
We boast an excellent Dual Master’s Degree Program with NYU that is aimed at addressing the critical need for subject specialists.
Students in this program receive two master’s degrees (our M.S.L.I.S. and NYU’s MA.) but credits required for each individual degree are reduced.
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