Open Classes Academics
“The Open Classes program is incredible. The course work is already helping me improve my skills.” – Jessica Berger, Open Classes student
Open Classes courses are electives offered in the Master of Library and Information Science and Master of Archives and Records Administration programs. Most of the electives offered in the master’s degree programs are available through the Open Classes program on a space available basis. Courses are offered during the fall, spring, and summer sessions. Course selection and faculty vary each session.
Fall 2019 class topics include: Design Thinking, Cybersecurity, Python, XML, Health Informatics, Marketing your skills in a Networked World, Grant Writing, Digital Forensics for Archivists, Metadata, Readers Advisory Genres and Techniques and Earl Childhood Literacy, among many other exciting topics.