Take advantage of the Massachusetts and Drexel partnership and earn an ALA accredited Master’s in Library and Information Science online from Drexel University and receive a special 20% tuition discount off of the regular Drexel rate. Drexel’s highly interactive eLearning format makes it possible for our valued members to continue their education entirely online without compromising quality for convenience. For more details, please click here.
A pioneer in online learning since 1997, Drexel has become a leader in the integration of technology into academia. Drexel’s online programs have the same admissions criteria and follow the same curriculum as on-campus programs and are even taught by the same professors, thus leading to the same employer-respected degree students earn on campus in Philadelphia.
Online Program Benefits:
* Special rates for MLA members.
* Unprecedented convenience and flexibility for working professionals - no commute to campus, fixed class hours, or career interruption.
* Ranked by US News & World Report as one of the best national doctoral universities, Drexel is regionally accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges & Secondary Schools and has been accredited by ALA for its Information Science & Technology programs since 1927.
How eLearning Works
Massachusetts Library members take courses online and have access to professors, lectures, exams, and classmates using a standard computer connected to the Internet. Interaction among classmates and instructors is done through email and web-based threaded discussions and students can take classes when and where they want; all materials are available online 24/7.
Drexel’s College of Information Science and Technology, the newly named iSchool at Drexel, is a founding member of the iSchool Consortium. This Consortium consists of multiple colleges and schools within universities that focus on problems and domains emphasizing the intersections between people, information and technology. This cooperative initiative is underway by 25 iSchools nationally to brand the information science and technology field. Drexel, which offers the second largest program in the country, was also ranked 9th in the nation by U.S. News & World Report for their MS in Library and Information Science graduate degree.
Drexel is now accepting applications for its Spring term with classes starting in April. Take the next step in your career and apply today. To learn more, please visit www.drexel.com/mala, call toll-free at (866) 440-1947, or e-mail your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
When you apply make sure to use “MALA” as your affiliation code to receive your special tuition rate!