The post-master’s Graduate Certificate in Evidence-Based Health Science Librarianship provides the knowledge and skills to be competent in practicing evidence-based librarianship in the health profession. The curriculum consists of the fundamental knowledge of library science and focuses on resources and services in health science librarianship, with a capstone practicum in a health science library or information center.
The curriculum for the certificate program consists of three required library science courses, three required courses in health science librarianship, and one required practicum as the capstone course.
Post-Master's Certificate in Evidence-Based Health Science Librarianship Program of Study (21 semester credit hours)
|LS 5083||Foundations of Library and Information Studies||3|
|LS 5013||Information Organization and Retrieval||3|
|LS 5043||Information and Communication Technology||3|
|LS 5363||Health Sciences Information Services Management||3|
|LS 5473||Health Reference Services and Resources||3|
|LS 5483||Consumer Health Information Resources||3|
|LS 5843||Practicum (Evidence-Based Practice in a health science library)||3|
|Total Semester Credit Hours||21|