Become a School Librarian
Earn your school librarian certification while completing your master’s degree. Offered both separately and as part of the Educational Technology Library Science program, you can complete your certification in as little as a year.
SEE YOURSELF SUCCEED WITH A master’s DEGREE IN Educational Technology Library Science
Participate in our excellence-driven program where you’ll study children’s literature, web technology, instructional media and curriculum.
Enjoy the opportunity of learning from home with guidance and mentorship from world-class faculty who are respected researchers in their fields.
Education is what we’re known for. Join the ranks of our graduates who have gone on to become successful school librarians in elementary and secondary schools.
Whether it's a full year in the classroom or practicum courses, you’ll engage in practical, real-world learning experiences that build confidence and skill.
Located in the Frank Young Education North Building, our Mentor Center provides the information and support you need to reach your career goals
Local school districts need well-educated librarians. Pursue your career goals by earning your master’s degree from A&M-Commerce. Our graduate program opens opportunities to make a difference in the community.
Career Possibilities and Current Median Salaries
US DOL Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2018
Library competencies will be studied as they relate to the school library program. The course will cover the library in relation to curriculum, selection and acquisition of materials. Understand equipment, scheduling, facility design, cooperative planning with staff members, censorship and professional standards.
This course explores the current and emerging Web 2.0 technologies used in education and other instructional settings. Students will explore, analyze, and design uses of these technologies to enhance instruction. Emphasis will be on the appropriate selection of technologies for various instructional goals and settings.
Introduces students to the selection and use of computer-based media, multimedia, conventional media and in the preparation of materials for instructional purposes. Special attention is given to computer hardware and software involved in computer based media production, digital formatting technology and multimedia processes.
Graduate Program Cost
Tuition and fees for graduate students taking nine credit hours are $3,669 for Texas residents and $7,341 for non-residents.