Because information and language go hand in hand, this combination of degrees will provide you with a strong preparation for careers in academic libraries, public libraries, nonprofits, governmental organizations, and the private sector. You’ll become proficient in a variety of reading topics, including literary history, lit theory, form, and genre.
Add an M.A. in English to your M.L.S.
Review your degree requirements
All ILS degree requirements are listed in the SICE academic bulletin. To review your degree requirements, choose the bulletin that represents the year you started, or plan to start, your program.
Get help managing your requirements
Meeting the requirements for a dual degree is quite achievable, especially with the help of your dedicated ILS faculty advisor, who will be assigned to you as soon as you’re admitted into the program.
Your advisor will help you build your course schedule each semester to ensure that your requirements are being met, and that your courses match your evolving academic and professional interests.
Estimate your tuition and fees
IU’s tuiton and fees tool allows you to forecast the cost of credit hours and mandatory fees for your ILS graduate education.
To be considered full time, you must enroll in at least nine credit hours. Anything less is considered part time, which is an option for all students. You can also choose to enroll in more than nine credits if it better suits your goals.
Credit hour fees are different in every school. To get the best estimate of how much your tuition will cost each semester, search tuition rates for both of your dual-degree programs.Use the tuition and fees tool
Ways to fund your education
If financial concerns are holding you back from applying to this program, we encourage you to explore the various funding opportunities available to ILS students!