The Department of Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Montana offers a masters in education (M.Ed.) in Library Media. The program of study below requires a minimum of 37 graduate credits, however, the total program is 44 credits and can be earned entirely online.
|C&I 501||Curriculum Design, Implementation, and Evaluation||3|
Select one of the following:
|502: Philosophy of Education|
|504: History of American Education;|
|506: Comparative Education;|
|508: Sociology of Education; or|
|510: Advanced Educational Psychology|
|C&I 514||Education Across Cultures||3|
|C&I 515||Computer and Other Technological Applications in Education||3|
|C&I 518||Inclusion and Collaboration||3|
|C&I 520||Educational Research||3|
|C&I 596||Professional Project||1|
(Note – Courses taken at UM-Western do not count toward the master’s degree so work closely with your advisor on scheduling courses to reach the required 37 graduate credits.)
|EDU 334||Children’s and Young Adult Literature (or approved graduate-level courses)||
|LIBM 461||Information Literacy||3|
|LIBM 463||Library Collection Development||3|
|LIBM 464||Reference Resources (or C&I 553 Info Search, Retrieval, & Curr)||3|
|LIBM 465||Library Media Technical Processes||3|
|LIBM 466||Libraries and Technology||3|
|LIBM 468||Administration and Assessment of Library Media Program||3|
|LIBM 495||Library Media Practicum||3|
Click here for Library Media Planning Form.
Please see Curriculum and Instruction course catalog.