Dual degrees provide students an opportunity to combine their academic study in two disciplines and obtain expertise in a specialized area of Library and Information Science. These programs allow students to earn two graduate degrees in a shorter time period than it would take to earn them both independently.
MSLIS/MFA in Digital Arts
Bring artistic expression and creativity to the design of information environments. Requires 30 credits in the School of Information and 45 credits in the Department of Digital Arts for a total of 75 credits.
MSLIS/MA in History of Art and Design
Understand the convergence of art, information, and technology. Requires 30 credits in the School of Information and 30 credits in the History of Art and Design for a total of 60 credits.