Certificate and Degree Programs

The following files describe in detail the requirements for these programs.

Please consult a faculty advisor before beginning your coursework.

Certificate Program 

Library and Information Technology Certificate 
Certificate Requirements (PDF)

Degree Program 

Library and Information Technology, Associate in Applied Science 
Degree Requirements (PDF) 
Student Planning Worksheet (PDF)

See Courses by Delivery Mode for information on the types of delivery modes available (on-campus, Internet, web-enhanced classrooms, and two-way video).

Gainful Employment Information

View information about this program, including estimated cost and employment opportunities.

Contact Information

Carol Sturz, Coordinator
Student Resource Center (SRC), Room 3137, (630) 942-2597

Lisa Pastore, Administrative Assistant
Technical Education Center (TEC), Room 1008, (630) 942-3074

Business and Technology Division
Technical Education Center (TEC), Room 1034, (630) 942-2592


  • Laura Santowski

    Laura SantowskiLibrary and Information Technology

    "College of DuPage's Library and Information Technology program offers a degree that was beneficial to my career in public libraries and gave me hands-on experience in areas that I hadn't worked, for example the children's department. Completing the practicum at a local library also provided an opportunity to work in several different departments and learn from experienced professionals. It's been a good networking opportunity and I've made some excellent lifetime connections."

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  • Patricia Cosgrove

    Patricia CosgroveLibrary and Information Technology

    "From my perspective, COD has a wealth of certificate and degree programs, like the Library and Information Technology program, that meet the educational aspirations of a large cross-section of students. It is a valued educational partner of high schools, such as Community High School, and provides many students with an affordable path to higher education. I think it's a true community treasure."

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  • Sarah Lapp

    Sarah LappLibrary and Information Technology

    "COD is also just a really great community and I'm thoroughly enjoying college life. I feel like it's easier to connect with people here through the various clubs and activities than it was in high school."

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