To get application requirements, deadlines, and to get started on your Simmons SLIS application, choose your area of interest:

Please note: The Children's Literature programs are currently transitioning from the College of Arts and Sciences to the School of Library and Information Science.

LIS Applications

LIS Master's Programs

LIS Dual Degree Programs

LIS Post-Master's Programs

LIS Doctoral Programs

Children's Literature Applications

Children's Literature Master's Programs

Children's Literature (MA)

Children's Literature (MA) at Eric Carle Museum

Writing for Children (MFA)

Writing for Children (MFA) at Eric Carle Museum

Children's Literature Dual Degree Programs

Library and Information Science (MS)/Children's Literature (MA)

Library and Information Science (MS)/Children's Literature (MA) at Eric Carle Museum

Children's Literature (MA)/Writing for Children (MFA)

Children's Literature (MA)/Writing for Children (MFA) at Eric Carle Museum

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