Students seeking a master's degree in library science from Wayne State University can earn one while sitting in front of their home computers, starting this fall.
The university is introducing an online option for its Master of Library and Information Science degree.
Wayne State says the goal is to make the program available to "students who cannot attend physical classes." It says all course work for the online program will take place on line and will have the same content as its regular master's program.
The application deadline is June 20, with admissions decisions expected by early July.
The university says it's giving preference to people now working in Michigan libraries for the first 60 spots in the program.