Master of Science in Information Science (MSIS)
The Master of Science in Information Science (MSIS) is a program designed to serve two major purposes:
1. To prepare students for employment in corporate and public sector organizations where the generation, management, and use of information is the dominant or an essential aspect of the organization;
2. To equip students with the knowledge and skills required for entry into a doctoral program in information science.
There are five areas of curriculum concentration: Archives/Records Administration, Library and Information Services, Library and Information Services/School Library Media Specialist, Information Management and Policy, and Information Systems and Technology. Internship requirements are based upon the area of curriculum concentration studied.
Department of Information Studies
School, college, division or unit: College of Computing and Information
Department or subunit: Department of Information Studies