BLIS is a four-year board course that prepares students in the development, categorization-classification, and management of information resources (in print, electronic, and digital formats). The course trains students how to organize all types of sources of knowledge (in all formats) according to standards to be readily accessible for use. BLIS leads to the understanding of the information user, the theories of information technology, and its application in all types of libraries and information centers.   

Career Opportunities for Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

  • Archives and special collections librarian
  • Competitive intelligence analyst
  • Information architect 
  • Knowledge management specialist
  • Librarian and media specialist
  • Publishing manager 
  • Research analyst
  • Semantic Modeler  
  • Subject specialist librarian 
  • University library director 
  • Web content strategist 
  • Children’s librarian
  • Electronic resource librarian
  • Information officer 

  • Learning resource center librarian
  • Program consultant
  • Rare books curator
  • School librarian
  • Senior program manager
  • Taxonomist
  • Urban branch manager
  • Youth services librarian