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Wondering if others have heard anything back from UCLA regarding the Master's of Library and Information Science program. I was accepted by the department on February 14, but still have not heard anything from the graduation division. Curious how the FA process works for this program as well. But mainly just trying to connect with other people from this program! Anyone? hah
So I got accepted into Upenn's Master's of Liberal Arts program as well as Dartmouth's Master's of Liberal Studies. Has anyone heard of these (M.L.A/M.L.S) degrees? Are these degrees employer friendly? I applied to these degree programs because of the chance to write a thesis since I want to do research on government--more specifically politically economy. I am not sure if I should enroll in one of the previously mentioned (M.L.A/M.L.S) programs or if I should just get my Master's in government at Johns Hopkins AAP program (which I also got into). Not sure which to choose? I just don't want to
I am waiting to hear back on my MLIS applications. I'm supposed to hear from some programs in March and others in April. While I'm pretty sure I'll be accepted to at least one program, I am worried about paying for the degree. So, here is my question for those of you who have earned an MLS or MLIS, are currently working on one, or have been accepted to a program: How are you funding your graduate studies? Do schools typically offer scholarships or fellowships for these degrees? Is it easy to find well-paying jobs on campus? Or should I just resign myself to taking out more loans?