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Research and Information Studies Minor

The Research and Information Studies Minor explores information studies as a discipline. Students develop professional level research skills and strategies using research libraries, online databases, regular collections and special collections and archives. In addition to the joy of intellectual curiosity, courses cover many current issues including privacy, censorship, international sources, the evaluation of arguments, and the publishing industry. This is a useful minor for students interested in continuing their post-BA studies in the fields of library science, law, writing and professional communication.

Requirements (18-20 total credits)

Required Courses (12 credits)

Electives (6-8 credits)

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