Library Sciences Degree vs. Education Degree

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Library Sciences Degree vs. Education Degree

The general pre-requisites for earning a library sciences degree are university dependent, but when taking the speciality classes, a person seeking an education degree takes education classes and a person seeking a library science degree takes library science classes. Another large difference between an education degree and a library science degree is if the college you are attending is not accredited by the American Library Association, it will not be recognized by employers or other institutions where you might want to consider a masters or PhD program. Do your homework and make sure the degree program is on the approved list before beginning any specific classes.

   

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