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School NameStateCityWebsiteDegree(s)Total creditsContact Name and TitleMailing addressPhone numberEmailOther notesLibrary program?History program?Archives concentration?Concentration notesALA accreditation?
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Dominican UniversityIllinoisRiver Foresthttp://gslis.dom.edu/MLIS; MLIS/MA in Public History with Loyola University; MA of Professional Studies; PhD36Kate Marek, Dean and Professor7900 West Division St., River Forest, IL 60305708-524-6648kmarek@dom.eduYesYesYesCertificate in Archives and Cultural Heritage Resources and ServicesYes
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Eastern Illinois UniversityIllinoisCharlestonhttp://www.eiu.edu/ha/MA in Historical Administration37-43Dr. Terry A. Barnhart, Graduate Coordinator and Professor600 Lincoln Ave., Charleston, IL 61920217-581-6380tabarnhart@eiu.eduNoYesNoOne course in Archival MethodsNo
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Loyola University ChicagoIllinoisChicagohttp://www.luc.edu/history/graduate/public_history.shtmlMA-Public History; MA-PH/MLIS with Dominican University33Dr. Elizabeth Fraterrigo, Public History Program DirectorDepartment of History, Loyola University Chicago, Crown Center, 5th Floor, 1032 W. Sheridan Road, Chicago, IL 60660-1537773-508-2231efrater@luc.eduJoint masters program in Public History and Library and Information Science with Dominican University; 54 credit hours, 24 in Loyola's History Department (12 of these in specified public history courses), 30 at Dominican University.YesYesNo
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Northern Illinois UniversityIllinoisDeKalbhttp://www.niu.edu/history/graduate/programinfo/maha.shtmlMA-Public History; MA-PH/MLIS with Dominican University36Sean Farrell, Director of Graduate StudiesDepartment of History, Northern Illinois University, Zulauf Hall 715, DeKalb, IL 60115-2854815-753-6820sfarrel1@niu.eduNoYesNoNo archives courses listed--most of the public history concentration course are museum-specific, but the required internship could be with an archives.No
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University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignIllinoisChampaignhttp://www.lis.illinois.edu/academics/degrees/mbmsMSLIS; PhD40501 E. Daniel Street, MC-493, Champaign, IL 61820-6211800-982-0914gslis@illinois.eduYesNoNoNo archives concentration specifically, but a Certificate in Special Collections with several archives courses offeredYes
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Indiana UniversityIndianaBloomingtonhttp://www.ils.indiana.edu/MLS; MLS/MA-History; MIS; PhD36Philip Bantin, Director, Office of University Archives and Records Management812-855-1127 bantin@indiana.eduYesYesYesAdditional specialization in Rare Books and Manuscripts LibrarianshipYes
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Indiana University-Purdue University IndianapolisIndianaIndianapolishttp://soic.iupui.edu/lis/MLS; MLS/MA-History36317-278-4636soiclis@iupui.eduYesYesNoOne course in Archives and Records ManagementYes
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University of IowaIowaIowa Cityhttp://slis.grad.uiowa.edu/MLIS; MA and Certificate in Book Studies36; MA/Certificate combined 51 credit hours3087 Main Library, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA 52242-1420319-335-5707slis@uiowa.eduThe joint MA/Certificate enables students to earn a master's degree in library and information science and a certificate in book studies and requires admission to both the School of Library and Information Science and the Center for the Book certificate program.YesNoNoThe joint MA/Certificate program prepares students for careers in Special Collections librarianship while training them in the production and legacy of the book as a physical artifact.
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Emporia State UniversityKansasEmporiahttp://www.emporia.edu/slim/MLS, PhD, MS in Informatics36Melvin Hale, Assistant Professor, Director of Archives Certificate ProgramWilliam Allen White Library ESU Emporia, KS 66801620-341-5059mhale8@emporia.eduSatellite programs in Overland Park, KS; Denver, CO; Salt Lake City and Orem, UT; and Portland, OR. Recently started an SAA student chapter. Lots of online and weekend classes.NoYesCertificate program--18 credit hours necessary to complete, does not have to be completed in conjunction with degree program. Three-credit practicum required. Yes
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University of Kansas
KansasLawrencehttp://museumstudies.ku.edu/MA, PhD36Lippincott Hall, Room 6 1410 Jayhawk Blvd785.864.4543museumstudies@ku.eduThree-credit internship required.YesNoHas one course specific to archival principles; otherwise course electives and requirements include education, exhibit design, leadership and management, and other potentially relevant courses.No
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Wichita State UniversityKansasWichitahttp://webs.wichita.edu/?u=history&p=/publichistory/MA36Jay Price, Public History Program Director1845 Fairmount Street Wichita, KS 67260316-978-7792jay.price@wichita.eduPublic history program; students are required to take an elective course in either introduction to archives, museum administration, or historic preservation. Students are also required to take at least 1 internship and complete a thesis.NoYesNo
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University of LouisvilleKentuckyLouisvillehttp://louisville.edu/history/public-history-at-the-university-of-louisville.htmlMA History, Public history concentration; Graduate Certificate in Public History30Dr. Daniel Krebs, Director of Graduate StudiesHistory Department, Gottschalk Hall 102C, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY 40292502-852-4368histgrad@louisville.eduGraduate Certificate in Public History is an 18-credit hour program that can be pursued as a stand-alone credential in combination with an MA in History or a related disciplineNoYesNoOne course in archives.No
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University of MichiganMichiganAnn Arborhttps://www.si.umich.edu/academics/msi/library-and-information-science-lisBoth BS and MS in Information Science48Sarah Argiero, Academic AdvisorSchool of Information University of Michigan 4322 North Quad 105 S. State Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109734-647-3581sargiero@umich.eduInternship required. YesNoYes15 credits required in Archives & Records Management specialization; program also offers dual degrees for further specialization.Yes
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Wayne State UniversityMichiganDetroithttp://slis.wayne.edu/MLIS36Kimberly Schroeder, Archival Adminstration Certificate Program Coordinator and LecturuerSchool of Information Science Wayne State Universty106 Kresge Library Detroit, MI 48202313-577-1825asklis@wayne.eduYesNoYesSpecialization in Archives and Digital Content; no minimum number of courses required unless pursuing certificate (then 4 courses required).Yes
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St. Cloud State UniversityMinnesotaSt. Cloudhttp://www.stcloudstate.edu/gradadmissions/program/public-history.aspxMA in Public History36Dr. Mary (Betsy) Glade, chair, History DepartmentDepartment of History, St. Cloud University 720 Fourth Avenue South St. Cloud, MN 56301320.308.3165beglade@stcloudstate.eduThesis and internship required.NoYesNoAt least one course devoted to archives administration exclusively, and archives work appears in other courses in the catalog as well.No
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St. Catherine UniversityMinnesotaSt. Paulhttps://www2.stkate.edu/mlis/homeMLIS36Dr. Deborah Grealy, Program Director2004 Randolph Ave. - St. Paul, MN 55105651.690.8633dsgrealy@stkate.eduNoYesNoWebsite indicates students can specialize in archives and special collections; course catalog does not appear to be available online.Yes
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University of MissouriMissouriColumbiahttp://sislt.missouri.edu/Master of Arts in Information Science & Learning Technologies with an Emphasis in Library Science39Joi L. Moore, Director of Graduate Studies and Associate Division Director303 Townsend Hall Columbia, MO 65211(877) 747-5868 (Toll Free)sislt@missouri.eduSchool also offers coursework in special librarianship and practicums.YesNoNoLibrary school offers an introduction to archives management course and a digital humanities seminar; website indicates school plans to begin offering a digital humanities certificate (as of spring 2015).Yes (Conditional as of 2015)
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University of MissouriMissouriKansas Cityhttp://cas.umkc.edu/history/programs/MA36Miriam Forman-Brunell, Masters Adviser203 Cockefair Hall 5121 Rockhill RoadKansas City, MO 64110816-235-1631forman-brunellm@umkc.eduNoYesYesTwo track options in Public History domain--either Historical Administration or Archives and Collections Management. Internship required.No
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Southeast Missouri State UniversityMissouriCape Girardeauhttp://www.semo.edu/history/academics/ma_publichistory.htmlMA-Public History36Dr. Erika Hosselkus, Graduate CoordinatorDepartment of History, Carnahan Hall 311B, MS 2960, One University Plaza, Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, MO 63701573-651-2763 ehosselkus@semo.eduNoYesNoNo
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University of Missouri-Kansas CityMissouriKansas Cityhttp://cas.umkc.edu/history/programs/MA Public History36John Herron, Department Chair203 Cockefair Hall, 5121 Rockhill Road, Kansas City, MO 64110816-235-2546herronj@umkc.eduNoYesNoOne course in Archival methodsNo
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Kent State UniversityOhioKenthttps://www.kent.edu/slisMLIS; PhD37Janna Korzenko, Academic Program CoordinatorP.O. Box 5190, Kent, OH 44242-0001330-672-5841jkorzenk@kent.eduYesYesConcentration: Archival or Special Collections LibrarianshipYes
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Wright State UniversityOhioDaytonhttp://liberal-arts.wright.edu/history/programs/graduate/public-history-planMA-History, Public history plan; Certificate in Archives and Records Management38 for MA; 17 for certificateDawne E. Dewey, Head, Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries Director, Public HistoryP L Dunbar Library 401E, 3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy., Dayton, OH 45435-0001937-775-2011dawne.dewey@wright.eduNoYesYesMultiple specific coursesNo
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University of Wisconsin-MadisonWisconsinMadisonhttp://www.slis.wisc.edu/MA42Tanya CobbSchool of Library and Information Studies, Room 4217 Helen C. White Hall, 600 N. Park Street, Madison, WI 53706(608) 263-2900
student-services@slis.wisc.edu
Online program NOT available to students who reside in certain states. All students required to take 120 hour practicum.YesNoYesCan earn double degree in art history, music, or law. Extensive course options available for Archives & Records for a Digital Age specialization. 18-credit archives specialization not available online at this time.Yes
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University of Wisconsin-MilwaukeeWisconsinMilwaukeehttp://www4.uwm.edu/sois/MLIS, MLIS/MA, PhD36 (30 if already having a graduate degree)Linda Barajas, Admissions coordinatorUniversity of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Information Studies Northwest Quadrant Building B, Room 3550 2025 E Newport Milwaukee, WI 53211414/229-4707soisinfo@uwm.eduHas a student SAA chapter.YesYesYesCan fully completely archives concentration online; advanced certificate course in archives and records management also available. Can complete dual program with History Department or in other fields. Fieldwork is optional.Yes
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