For more than 100 years, Pitt has been educating the professionals who will lead us through the information age: librarians, information and knowledge managers, archivists, and digital-content managers. As the nature and form of information evolves and becomes more complex with each passing year, the education of its managers becomes increasingly vital. From the faculty who drive our reputation as a top-tier research university to our course work, which is highly relevant to a field that is always changing, the School offers the right environment to prepare you for a successful and challenging career in the library and information science field.
Master of Library and Information Science
Incorporate the theories, knowledge, skills, ethical foundations, and social responsibilities of the information professions into critical and reflective professional practice for the benefits of individuals and communities.
Doctor of Philosophy in Library and Information Science
A research-driven program where you will work closely with professors who are experts in the field of information systems and sciences.