Archives and Records Management

Learn about preservation, records management, digital curation, and more

Are you interested in history? Special collections? Cultural preservation? Manuscripts? Global heritage resources? All of the above?

If so, the archives and records management specialization may be for you. You’ll gain access to IU’s rich and varied archival resources, and prepare for ever-increasing career opportunities thanks to the growth of digitization projects and online exhibits.

Your core specialization requirements will focus on archives and records management, and include an internship where you’ll work in an information management environment. You’ll continue to hone your expertise as an archival specialist by choosing from a broad array of electives, including courses in preservation, digital curation, digital libraries and more.

This specialization is available to Master of Library Science (M.L.S.) students.