MLISc / Hawaiian Studies MA
(Primary Degree: Hawaiian Studies): Of the 33 credits required for this MA degree, the Library & Information Science Program accepts 9 credits at the 600 level. Thus only 30 LIS credits for the MLISc are needed instead of 39, for a total of 63 credits for both degrees.
(Primary degree: Library & Information Science): Of the 39 credits required for the MLISc, the Hawai‘inuiākea School of Hawaiian Knowledge accepts 9 credits including, but not limited to, the following LIS courses, leaving 24 credits necessary for the Hawaiian Language MA:
- LIS 619 – Preservation Management
- LIS 620 – Conservation of Library and Archival Materials
- LIS 652 – Introduction to Archival Management
- LIS 653 – Seminar in Archival Studies
- LIS 671 – Digital Librarianship
- LIS 685 – Traditional Literature & Oral Narration
- LIS 687 – Hawaiian Studies Information Resources
- LIS 688 – Pacific Islands Information Resources
- LIS 693 – Special Topics in Librarianship
- LIS 699 – Directed Reading and/or Research
|Library & Information Science||24||39||63|
|If obtained separately||33||39||72|
Students interested in pursuing dual master’s degrees are encouraged to contact one of the sponsoring departments directly for additional information concerning the requirements and/or restrictions of the specific dual degree option.