Library Technical Services (LBT.CT)
Auburn Hills Campus
This certificate is designed to prepare students for employment as library and/or information technicians in a wide variety of resource delivery settings, e.g., public, academic, school, business, medical, and legal.
The program gives the student experience in library technology, public services, circulation procedures, cataloging, and document delivery. Students will develop career skills in a required 120-hour library internship arranged at a library of his or her choice.
While this curriculum has been designed to accommodate students coming from any background, students are strongly encouraged to complete ENG 1510 and ENG 1520 before beginning LIB 2150, LIB 2170, and LIB 2500.
|LIB 1100||Information Research Methods||1|
|LIB 1200||Introduction to Media Technology||3|
|LIB 2000||Collection Management||3|
|LIB 2100||Library Cataloging||3|
|LIB 2150||Library Public Service||3|
|LIB 2170||Library Resources and Services||3|
|LIB 2500||Library Internship||4|
|Required Supportive Courses (Complete 19 credits from any of the following courses)||19|
|Psychology of Organizational Behavior||3|
|Fundamentals of Speech||3|
|Women in Literature||3|
|Introduction to Literature: Short Story and Novel||3|
|Introduction to Literature: Poetry and Drama||3|
|Science Fiction and Fantasy||3|
|American Literature Before the Civil War||3|
|American Literature Since the Civil War||3|
|World Literature I||3|
|World Literature II||3|
|British Literature Before 1700||3|
|British Literature After 1700||3|
|Personal Computer Productivity Tools||4|
|Personal Computer Spreadsheet Concepts||3|
|Personal Computer Database Concepts||3|
|Fundamentals of Information Systems||4|
|Web Design I||4|
|Beginning Arabic I||4|
|Beginning Chinese I||4|
|Advanced Oral Communication||4|
|Beginning French I||4|
|Beginning German I||4|
|Beginning Italian I||4|
|Beginning Japanese I||4|
|American Sign Language (ASL) I||3|
|Beginning Spanish I||4|
|Total Credit Hours||39|
Or higher math class is accepted.
Acceptable only if English is not your native language.
A minimum cumulative 2.00 grade point average (GPA) overall is required for graduation.