Because skilled information use is crucial to the success of business, government and individuals, there is great demand for professionals who can manage information at an advanced level.
Combined, the Librarianship and Corporate Information Management majors lead to a professionally accredited qualification in librarianship, archives and records management.
This double major teaches you to locate, evaluate and manage any information in any organisation. You’ll apply these skills to a wide range of information sources, such as print and online documents, records, social media, research data and corporate knowledge.
Through a combination of hands-on industry experience, practical project work and critical thinking within a professional theoretical framework, you will learn to evaluate client information needs and will offer future employers an expert level of information literacy.
Students undertake two periods of Work Integrated Learning (practicum placements) during the degree, for a total of five weeks full-time, or equivalent.
The Librarianship major must be completed as part of a double major with Corporate Information Management. It is offered as part of the Bachelor of Arts.
Please note: This course is not available to international students studying in Australia on a student visa. Offshore international students wishing to study this course may do so online.