The School Librarianship, M.Ed., from East Tennessee State University prepares candidates to become certified as school library media specialists to serve in K-12 schools. The curriculum is aligned with the standards of the American Library Association, American Association of School Librarians, and the State of Tennessee licensure standards.
The school library media center is a hub for technological information gathering and information processing as well as for literary enrichment. The school librarian is a critical resource person for teachers who look to the center for various types of instructional support, both in printed and in action-oriented visual formats.
You should consider becoming a School Librarian if you:
- enjoy helping others use new technology
- like to work with a wide range of students
- enjoy connecting students to literature
- enjoy focusing on special projects
- enjoy the challenges of an ever-changing field
Are you ready to redirect your path from the regular classroom? ETSU's School Librarianship, M.Ed. program offers a natural and seamless transition from classroom teacher to librarian. Enjoy a rewarding career that allows you to apply all of your skills and knowledge.
Program information including curriculum and graduation requirements can be found in the ETSU Graduate Catalog.