Plymouth State University offers a Master’s of Education (MEd) in Library Media as well as several certification options. The innovative Library Media program focuses on educational leadership and emerging technologies in order to empower school librarians to define their role as leaders, teachers, and researchers.
The MEd and certification options are offered completely online by a dedicated team of educators.
Students may also choose from the following:
- MEd in Library Media: Students complete 33 credits as listed below.
- Library Media Specialist – K-12, certification only: Students complete 18 credits as listed below, excluding the master’s core component and the elective component.
- Library Media, non-certification: Students complete ED 6900 Graduate Capstone Project in place of LM 5210 Practicum in School Media as listed below.
Program of Study
Master’s Core Component – 9 credits
|ED 5000 Social Behavior in a Diverse Society||3|
|– OR –|
|ED 5005 Social Psychology and Mythology Across Cultures||3|
|ED 5010 Philosophy, Ethics, and Education||3|
|ED 5030 Research Design||3|
|– OR –|
|AD 5030 Research Design for the Professions||3|
Library Media Courses – 18 Credits
Elective Component – 6 credits
With your advisor, you’ll choose six credits of electives appropriate for your program of study.