LSCI courses numbered 300 and 400 are open only to juniors and seniors.
201: Books and Materials for the Elementary School. 0-3-3. A study of the reading interests of children. Selection and evaluation, sources and use of materials with children. Extensive reading of children's books.
210: Libraries and Librarianship. 0-3-3. Introductory survey of libraries and librarianship designed for students entering the profession.
301: School Library Administration. 0-3-3. Administration of the school library with emphasis on planning for effective use of library services and materials in cooperation with instructional staff.
302: Acquisition and Organization of Library Materials. 0-3-3. Preq., LSCI 301 or consent of instructor. Basic principles of cataloging and classifying print and non-print materials. Study of Dewey Decimal Classification System.
303: Introduction to Reference Materials and Service. 0-3-3. Selection, evaluation and use of basic reference works. Practice in solution of typical reference problems. Emphasis on school library as learning center.
305: Books and Materials for the Young Adult. 0-3-3. Selection and evaluation, sources and use of print and non-print materials that meet the needs of the young adult. Extensive reading of books for the young adult.
435: Internship in Library Science. 1-3 hours credit (6). Preq., twelve semester hours of Library Science. Supervised library science experience in the elementary or secondary school. (Pass/Fail).
440: Library Automation. 0-3-3. Preq., LSCI 210, 302 or consent of instructor. Planning and implementing automated library procedures using the most current technology. (G)
450: Literature for Children. 0-3-3. Designed to relate understanding of child development to knowing and using print and non-print materials with children. Practical experience in story-telling and creative drama. (G)
451: Workshop in School Librarianship. 0-3-3 (6). Preq., professional school experience and consent of instructor. An in-depth study of school library learning center programs. May be repeated for credit when topics vary. (G)