The Archives and Records Management (ARM) concentration of the North Carolina Central University School of Library and Information Sciences prepares future and current professionals for a career in academic, corporate, government, religious archives and records centers.
Students may use the list below as a guide for the ARM concentration:
Core Classes (required):
LSIS 5000, Foundations of Librarianship and Information Services
LSIS 5225, Selection and Use of Information Sources.
LSIS 5120, Management and Systems Analysis.
LSIS 5425, Organization of Information.
LSIS 5325, Uses and Users of Information
LSIS 5810, Research Methods.
Archives and Records Management Courses (choose four):
LSIS 5350, Archival Principles and Practices
LSIS 5321, Arranging and Describing Archives
LSIS 5352, Selecting and Appraising Archival Materials
LSIS 5353, Intro to Records Management
LSIS 5354, Reference Services: Access and Advocacy
LSIS 5357, Community Archives
Two Electives Courses to Complete 36 Hours:
LSIS 5115, Information Technology and Intellectual Property
LSIS 5420, Intro to Digital Libraries
LSIS 5355, Digital Cultural Heritage Projects
LSIS 5356, Leading and Managing Archives
LSIS 5450, Digital Preservation
LSIS 5830, Metadata Applications for Digital Libraries
LSIS 5620, Practicum Specialization