Instructional Technology Licensure-Only
Candidates who already have an advanced degree in education or who already have a MLIS/MLS degree may earn 077 licensure by taking the 18 semester hours of specialized course requirements listed above and a practicum.
Successful completion of this program culminates in a license, not a degree.
Additional LIS Licensure Program Requirements
All LIS licensure candidates are required to:
- Submit a Candidate Agreement form to the program coordinator.
- Maintain a GPA of 3.0 or higher.
- Archive all course assignments required as evidence for accreditation and post them to TaskStream by the last semester of the program. TaskStream is a fee-based subscription service.
- Score 3 or above on all teaching dispositions.
- Receive a satisfactory evaluation on the practicum.
- Acquire professional liability insurance for all courses with field-based component (LIS 691, 692, & 693).
- Submit to a criminal background check before completing LIS 691, 692, & 693.
Specialized Course Requirements for MLIS with Instructional Technology Students: Additional required courses (18 hours) for all MLIS students seeking 077 licensure and for licensure-only students who already have a MLIS or M.Ed are as follows:
- LIS 630: Computer-Related Technologies for Info Management (3)
- LIS 631: Emerging Technological Trends in Info Access (3)
- LIS 635: Media Production Services for Library Programs (3)
- LIS 672: Instructional Design (3)
- SES 662: Assistive Technology for Inclusive Education (3)
- LIS 691: Practicum (3) **
The U.S. Department of Education requires that all higher education institutions advise students as to whether their curriculum provides them with the eligibility to apply for a professional license and/or certification in the state for which they plan to practice.
As such, please review UNC Greensboro’s status by state for the Library and Information Science MLIS/MEd- 077 Instructional Technology program. You should note whether the program either “meets”, “does not meet”, or if there “has not been a determination” of the program’s status in the state for which you plan to practice. You should contact the LIS School Library Program Coordinator at email@example.com with any questions regarding this data.