Medical librarians are required to hold master’s degrees in library science. Admission into these programs is contingent upon holding a bachelor's degree. Most library science graduate programs admit students with degrees in any subject, but some require applicants to hold degrees in the social sciences or humanities. Programs specializing in medical library science look favorably upon candidates who’ve completed pre-med and other science courses.
Many library science master’s degree programs offer medical library or health science concentrations. Some medical schools offer dual degree programs in medicine and library science.
Below you'll find a directory of schools and collegs offering degrees and programs designed for aspiring medical librarians.
University of Pittsburgh School of Information Science
135 North Bellefield Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15260
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