The CRC Library courses are designed to equip students with vital research skills, enabling their success in college classes and on the job. The student will gain "research survival skills" to cope with the information rich environment in which we live and work.
Students interested in a career as a librarian will need to earn a bachelor's degree and a graduate library degree. Students interested in becoming a school (K-12) librarian can obtain a library credential through CSUS once they have completed their bachelor's degree and basic credential program. Paraprofessional library careers are available by completing a Library Technology program at a community college.
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Some Career Opportunities may require more than two years of college study.
- Learn how to use the library
- Efficient use of sources of information
- Helpful skills for research and term paper writing
- Learn how to evaluate materials
Transferable courses may or may not satisfy lower division major preparation, general education, and/or elective requirements. Please meet with a counselor for specific transfer course evaluation.
For information about the student learning outcomes for this program, see www.crc.losrios.edu/pslo