This study attempted to present the direction of development of the curriculum of Library & Information Science by investigating and analyzing the current status of the curriculum of Library & Information Science in Korea and the perception of the necessity of each major subject. To this end, the curriculum of the Department of Library and Information Sciences nationwide was thoroughly investigated. Based on the subjects, a questionnaire survey was conducted for all professors of the Department of Library and Information Science on the degree of consent for required and elective subjects. As a result, first, the total number of courses opened in the Department of Library and Information Science has recently decreased. It was confirmed that the proportion of the required subjects and basic subjects decreased, and the proportion of elective subjects increased. Second, it was found that the importance and weight of informatics are constantly increasing, and there is a high demand for new subjects such as big data, programming, and data analysis. Third, the proportion of library management in all subjects is decreasing, but the necessity of detailed subjects is highly recognized. Fourth, it was confirmed that the proportion of bibliography was gradually decreasing. Fifth, although records management was not a required major subject, its weight increased as an elective subject, while language subjects showed almost no awareness of the necessity.