Masters’ Degree Program in Library and Information Sciences

The University of North Texas Department of Library and Information Sciences (DLIS) offers its ALA-accredited Master’s program and popular online format in the Los Angeles area. You can earn your Master’s degree by participating in one four-day and one two-day Institute, and complete the rest of your degree online!

Students can attend the Web Institute at California State University Northridge—Oviatt Library to begin study. The Web Institute portion of the Master’s program includes an orientation, technology training, and instruction in the Master’s program core courses, as well as time to socialize with your Institute colleagues and faculty. This cohort group forms social bonds during the intensive Web Institute weekend that will expand throughout the online portion of the program using a variety of communication tools.

Find out the facts about the UNT/DLIS Greater Los Angeles Cohort for the Master's program

UNT/DLIS Student Named Spectrum Scholar by the American Library Association

Tommy Vinh BuiTommy Vinh Bui, a MLIS student pursuing his studies through the UNT/DLIS Greater Los Angeles Cohort, has been named a 2015 Spectrum Scholar by the American Library Association. Spectrum Scholarship recipients are awarded $5,000 for one academic year. Bui earned his Bachelor's degree in Cinema and an Master's degree in English at CSUN. (Read more about the Spectrum Award....)