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Florida State University College of Information

College of Communication and Information
Established 1947
Type Public
Dean Larry Dennis
Location Tallahassee, Florida, USA
Website Official website

The Florida State University School of Library & Information Studies is a school within the Florida State University College of Communication and Information. The school offers programs in Information Science and Information Technology. These programs are consistently top-ranked programs in the nation and have held such rankings for many years in the U.S. News & World Report.[1] The college is currently ranked 10th overall nationally, the Services for Children and Youth specialization program ranked first, School Library Media program ranked 5th, and the Information Systems program ranked 10th. The college has the largest on-line MLS program in the nation.


The College of Communication and Information offers an Information Technology program at the undergraduate level, an ALA accredited online Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS), a Masters in Information Technology degree, a specialist degree, and a doctoral degree. The undergraduate courses are delivered as face to face instruction. At the graduate level, the courses are offered either in a face to face format or online. All graduate courses are offered online at some time to enable students from around the world to participate in the program.[2]

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