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SMU Master of Library and Information Science

OBJECTIVES
The program will prepare professional librarians and would-be information managers with sound philosophical theories and practices in libraries and information management thereby keeping the attuned to the needs/demands of highly globalize society.


ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
The program is open to all graduates in any field who are interested to become professional librarians and/or information professionals.

An Applicant must:
1. have taken the SMU Institutional Graduate Admission/Placement Test
2. have 2-3 recommendations from former professors or current employer.


THE FACULTY
MRS. FELY C. BALITON
MAEd-Library Science (SMU, 2009)

MRS. EVA ROSE ARCE-BUGALING (SMU, 2008)
MAEd-Library Science (SMU, 2008)

MRS. ANABELLE T. CABONERO
MA-Library Science (CEU, 2003)

MR. DAVID A. CABONERO
MA-Library Science (CEU, 2004)

DR. ENRIQUE T. CAYABAN
Ed.D.-Educational Management (SMU, 2002)
MA-Library Science (UST, 1982)

MRS. FEBIE G. LANZUELA
MAEd-Library Science (SMU, 2008)

DR. BONIFACIO V. RAMOS
Ed.D.-Educational Management (SMC, 1983)
MAED-Library Science (PNC, 1975)


THE LECTURERS
DR. MOISES ALEXANDER T. ASUNCION
Ph.D. Sc. Ed-Mathematics (UP, 1996)

DR. ELLA B. TUMANENG
Ph.D.-DevEd (UST, 1984)

THE CURRICULA
A. MASTER OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE (WITH THESIS)

Basic Courses(9 units)

Course No

Descriptive Title

Units

LIS 200

Foundations of Library &
Information Science

3

LIS 201

Research Methods in Library &
Information Science

3

LIS 202

Educational Statistics

3

Major Courses(15 units)

Course No

Descriptive Title

Units

LIS 202

Advanced Library &
Information Mgmt.

3

LIS 203

Advanced Collection Mgmt.

3

LIS 204

Information System
& Analysis

3

LIS 206

Advanced Organization
of Information Sources

3

LIS 207

Bibliographic Organization &
Advanced Indexing & Abstracting

3

Elective Courses (6 units)

Course No

Descriptive Title

Units

LIS 209

Advanced Records &
Archives Mgmt.

3

LIS 210

Museology & Preservation of
Cultural Heritage Resources

3

Comprehensive Examination

(3)

Thesis

Thesis Writing 1&2
(thesis program)

6

Total Units

36


B. MASTER OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE (NON-THESIS)

Basic Courses(9 units)
Course No Descriptive Title Units
LIS 200 Foundations of Library &
Information Science
3
LIS 201 Research Methods in Library &
Information Science
3
LIS 202 Educational Statistics 3

Major Courses(21 units)
Course No Descriptive Title Units
LIS 202 Advanced Library &
Information Mgmt.
3
LIS 203 Advanced Collection Mgmt. 3
LIS 204 Information System
& Analysis
3
LIS 205 Advanced Information
Sources & Services
3
LIS 206 Advanced Organization
of Information Sources
3
LIS 207 Bibliographic Organization &
Advanced Indexing & Abstracting
3
LIS 208 Electronic Resources
& Services
3

Elective Courses (6 units)
Course No Descriptive Title Units
LIS 209 Advanced Records &
Archives Mgmt.
3
LIS 210 Museology & Preservation of
Cultural Heritage Resources
3
Comprehensive Examination (3)

Required Subjects(6 units)
Course No Descriptive Title Units
LIS 211
Special Topics in Library
Information Science 1
3
LIS 212 Special Topics in Library
Information Science 2
3

Total Units 42


SCHOLARSHIP GRANTS

1. Master's degree entrance scholarship is given to Cum laude, Magna cum laude, and Summa cum laude graduates (or the equivalent).

The scholarship may be renewed if the students carries a minimum of six (6) units per semester and in the previous term, obtained a weighted average grade of 1.5 in the master's program and 1.25 in the doctoral program.

An academic scholarship may also be granted to a student even if s/he has not been an entrance scholar but s/he meets the above requirements.

2. Priveleges to Teachers for master's degree studies.

2.1. Fifty percent (50%) tuition fee discount to:

SMU teacher education graduates teaching in Catholic schools in Nueva Vizcaya, Quirino, Ifugao, and Isabela

Students of MAED-Religious Education

2.2. Twenty-five percent (25%) tuition fee discount to:

SMU teacher education graduates teaching in non-Catholic or government schools.

Non-SMU teacher education graduates teaching in Catholic schools.

For more information, please contact:

ELLA B. TUMANENG, Ph.D.
Graduate Program Head, School of Education
Rm101a, 1st/F Administration Building
Tel. (078) 321-2221 loc. 222

MOISES ALEXANDER T. ASUNCION, Ph. D.
Dean, School of Education
A-201a, 2nd/F Administration Building
Tel. (078) 321-2221 loc. 128

MR. DAVID A. CABONERO
LIS Coordinator/BLIS & MLIS Program Adviser
SMU Library
Tel. (078) 321 2221 loc. 115


GRADUATE PROGRAM FEES
TUITION FEE (per unit)
Masteral P 298.00

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