Michigan Library Science Degrees

There are two schools with ALA-accredited library of science programs in Michigan. They are the University of Michigan and Wayne State University. The University of Michigan offers a Bachelors in Library Science, PhD in Library Science, and a Dual Degree. Wayne State University offers a Dual Degree and Graduate Certificate. All programs for both schools are provided on-campus only.

Campus-based and online ALA-Accredited library science degrees in Michigan

University of Michigan

  • Campus Bachelors in Library Science
  • Campus PhD in Library Science
  • Campus Dual Degree

Wayne State University

  • Campus Dual Degree
  • Campus Graduate Certificate

Options for campus based learning

The University of Michigan is in Ann Arbor. It is a vibrant and diverse community in a midsize city. Wayne State University is located in Midtown, the city center and among the country's fastest-growing neighborhoods.

Careers, Top Employers, Salary Information

Recent job postings for Library Science degree holders in Michigan
  • Assistant/Associate Professor - Instruction and Outreach Librarian - University Libraries - Tenure Track for Western Michigan University - salary ranges form $57,500 to $65,000 per year
  • Librarian I (Librarian-in-Residence) for Wayne State University - salary ranges from $51,000 to $55,000 per year
  • Librarian Manager for the State of Michigan - salary ranges from $24.90 to $36.42 per hour
  • Systems Librarian for Ferris State University - salary commensurate with experience and qualifications
  • Library Branch Manager for the City of Grand Rapids, MI - salary ranges from $56,001 to $70,233 per year
  • Archivist for Catholic Diocese of Saginaw - no salary listed
  • Library Director for the Archdiocese of Detroit - salary ranges from $70,000 to $75,000 per year