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Program-at-a-glance
Length of Study

2 years

Study Options

Full-time

Credential Granted

Diploma

Intake(s)

Fall term (September)

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Workplace Learning

Practicum

Transferability

University transfer agreements in place.

Information Sessions

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Contrary to what you might think, public libraries are more popular than ever. Through an expansion of services to include free internet access, audio files, movies and eBooks, public libraries are moving into the future with something for everyone.

You can be a part of this future, assisting users, providing programming and planning for decades to come.

But library science is definitely not limited to your public library. This world is becoming increasingly enveloped in masses of information. Businesses' success can depend on their ability to disseminate information in a logical and timely manner. Library technicians provide this service, working across industries, government, museums, major corporations and more.

In the Library and Information Technology program, you’ll gain the skills necessary to organize and retrieve this mass of information. Using the tools of the trade, you can help clients from CEOs to preschoolers access this enormous volume of information.