Pursuing Librarian career. Need advice toward Bachelors degree choices.

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Dora in Camarillo, California

26 months ago

I am currently a University student who has about 2 months until I receive my Associates in Elementary Education. I wanted to have the backup degree as an educator with Librarian being my concentration for my Masters, but am stuck deciding what my best choices are for this road. I am very much interested in the history of Art, Mathematics, and Computer technology. Is there any advice out there which can give me a little assistance with making this difficult decision of choosing what my nest step to a Bachelors Degree choices I have? Please help!

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Joseph in Coralville, Iowa

21 months ago

Get a computer science degree. I think math will be of little use to you in this field. I've never heard anyone in the library area talk about math, but computer skills are the most important. Art is good, especially for academic librarians (may imply getting a second masters) or museums work.

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