Enter the world of art, museum, and academic librarianship. Study at Pratt-SILS in Manhattan, the world's cultural capital. Carry out art historical research; create digital libraries, archives, and exhibitions as part of our cultural informatics program.
This 60-credit dual-degree program prepares students for careers in academic librarianship as they graduate with two master's degrees. With studies in the real and virtual worlds of art and information and art and museum librarianship, students find challenging positions in museum, academia, and libraries, historical societies, information industry, and new media.
In today's digital landscape, information expressed and communicated across new media now pervades what once was our text-dominated world. As digital arts converge with digital information, they offer a wide of range new opportunities for bringing expression and creativity to the information world in designing both virtual information environments and interactive media.
Law Librarianship offers great career opportunities, from universities to corporations and from law firms to the courts. These programs with Brooklyn Law School reduce credits needed for the M.S.L.I.S./J.D. (M.S.L.I.S., 27 credits; J.D., 89 credits) and for the M.S.L.I.S./ L.L.M (45 credits for the dual program).