Library science is the study of information management, particularly through collecting, preserving, and organizing books and other materials in libraries. Librarians bridge the gaps that exist between people, information and technology. Areas of study in an MLIS degree include the following: Information sources and services, Digital resource management, Human-information interaction, Information analysis and management, Services and management of information organizations, Youth services and literature. The MLIS degree offers graduates unparalleled opportunities to work with government agencies, non-profits, international organizations, and an amazing range of world-renowned libraries, museums, and archives. Graduates go on to careers as librarians, information managers, researchers, analysts, interaction designers and web content specialists.