Library and Information Science offered by Business Schools in London connects people, technology and information through the development of knowledge-organization systems. The programs offered by the business schools come with three elements: electives, core courses and a final degree project. It exposes students to wide-ranging contexts and applications of information. Some of the online and offline business program can be completed in approximately three years part-time.
The degree programs allow you to earn up to 60 quarter credits. The range of core courses on offer includes organization of information and resources (four credits), management of information organizations (four credits) and information behavior (three credits). Elective credits cover directed fieldwork, advanced courses or other graduate courses. The projects complement the core and elective coursework in the final year – it offers five credits. It gives you an opportunity to synthesize your skills and knowledge by assuming a consulting role with an organization of your choice. The project can be either design- or research-oriented.