School Library and Information Science M.S.
Promote Student Literacy. Inspire Students to Read.
School librarians create a vibrant culture of literacy by teaching critical skills young people need to evaluate and manage information while using innovative technology to share ideas. With a Master of Science in School Library and Information Science from the University of Houston-Clear Lake, you’ll become one of your school’s most dynamic educators who will not only build on the traditional role of nurturing a love for reading and developing high-quality collections to support the school curriculum, you will also be well equipped to support students and teachers in using innovative technologies to expand and enhance teaching and learning.
Become a Leader in the Information Age
UHCL's School Library and Information Science Program focuses solely on school librarianship. Faculty have a long history in school librarianship and consist of former district library supervisors and National Board Certified teachers. This program is designed for passionate people eager to support student learning by:
- Leading elementary, middle, or high school teachers in the integration of technology;
- Collaborating with teachers to develop lessons in all curricular areas;
- Helping students become information-literate;
- Teaching students about the ethical use of resources; and
- Implementing and promoting school-wide literacy programs, all of which impact student learning.
This degree will prepare you to:
- Analyze and identify the needs of diverse communities of users;
- Assist and educate users to resources;
- Develop and manage collections of information resources;
- Deploy information technologies in effective and innovative ways; and
- Effectively evaluate and use research.
UHCL’s College of Education would love to have you join us. Find out today what it takes to apply.
Ready to learn about the classes you need to take to earn your degree from the College
of Education at University of Houston-Clear Lake? Find out all you need to know about
the required course work, complete with options for electives.
Ready to learn about the classes you need to take to earn your degree from the College of Education at University of Houston-Clear Lake? Find out all you need to know about the required course work, complete with options for electives.School Library and Information Science M.S.
Deadlines for Applying
- Graduate Deadlines
FallNew Degree-Seeking Students - August 1
Returning UHCL Students - August 15
SpringNew Degree-Seeking Students - January 5
Returning UHCL Students - January 15
SummerNew Degree-Seeking Students - May 1
Returning UHCL Students - May 25
Please note, some graduate programs have special deadlines and requirements. For more information, go to How to Apply as a Graduate Student. The online application is scheduled to close for Graduate students after the Formal UHCL Student deadline of each semester.
Applying After the Priority Deadline
New, non-degree seeking, and returning UHCL students applying after the deadlines above may be considered for admission on a case-by-case basis. Please contact the appropriate graduate enrollment counselor for more information. A $50.00 Late Registration Fee or $50.00 Late Payment may apply.
Review the UHCL Academic Calendar for registration and payment dates and deadlines.
- International Deadlines
Deadline - May 1
Deadline - October 1
Deadline - April 1
For more information regarding deferring your application, please visit Deferring International Admission.
Students interested in qualifying for scholarships &/or applying for visas outside the U.S. should apply and submit the application documents/test scores by the priority deadline
*International freshmen applicants will not be accepted for Summer semester.
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Accreditations and Distinctions
The College of Education is accredited by the Texas State Board for Educator Certification (SBEC).
We've earned national recognition for accomplishment and innovation, including the Christa McAuliffe Award for Excellence in Teacher Education.