Children's and Young Adult Literature Graduate Certificate - Program Courses
After admission to the program:
- Meet with your adviser to plan your program of study.
- Complete the self assessment that is required upon entry into the program and forward a copy to your adviser
|LIB 428/528 Children's Literature||3||X**||X**||X**||X|
|LIB 429/529 Young Adult Literature||3||X||X|
|LIB 432/532 Multicultural Literature, K-12||3||X**|
|LIB 502, 506, or 509 Final Project/Practicum||3||X|
|One or both of the following courses must be taken||Credits||Fall||Winter||Spring||Summer|
|LIB 433/533 Global Literature||3||X**|
|LIB 592 Contemporary Children's and Young Adult Literature||3||X**|
|1-credit Electives (may take up to 4 credits of 508s)||Credits||Fall||Winter||Spring||Summer|
|LIB 508 Literature for At-Risk Students||1||X||X|
|LIB 508 Multicultural Storytelling||1||X|
|LIB 508 Picturebooks and 21st Century Literacies||1||X|
|LIB 508 Special Learners in Library Media Centers||1||X*|
|LIB 508 Digital Toolbox: Sharing Resources for Today's Students||1||X|
Electives may not be offered every year.
* Online with campus residency.
** Fully online