The School of Library and Information Studies offers a diverse selection of courses for graduate and undergraduate students, and workshops for the professional community (see list below).
Master of Library and Information Studies (MLIS) students are responsible for the completeness and accuracy of their registration and for the completion of the specified degree requirements. Students should consult with their Program Advisor and refer to the Pre/Co-Requisite Table for MLIS Courses and the University Calendar for guidance in course selection.
- On Campus Graduate Courses
A comprehensive list of courses for on campus SLIS students
- On Campus Course Timetables
A schedule of our current and upcoming course offerings for on campus SLIS students
- Online Graduate Courses
A comprehensive list of courses for online SLIS students
- Online Course Timetables
A schedule of our current and upcoming course offerings for online SLIS students
A comprehensive list of workshops offered by SLIS to meet the professional development needs of practicing information professionals
- External Courses
A list of graduate courses from other departments applicable to the MLIS program
- Pre- & Co-Requisites Table
A chart showing pre-requisites and co-requisites for each MLIS course
Requests for Course Approval
Required permission forms for MLIS students who want to take non-LIS courses at the University of Alberta or required courses from another American Library Association (ALA) accredited university program.