Graduate Degrees

Information Management (MS/IM)

School of Information Sciences

The MS/IM curriculum emphasizes a deep understanding of the interplay of people, information, and technology and reflects a professional commitment to advancing the well-being of society through the use of information. The world-class faculty are leaders in the field who provide the knowledge and skills required for successful careers in the design and management of information systems.

The MS/IM program offers four pathways of professional focus that prepare students for high-level, specialized careers in a number of employment sectors. The four pathways are:

  • Data science and analytics
  • Privacy, trust, security, and ethics
  • Information architecture and design
  • Knowledge management and information consulting

The MS/IM degree consists of 40 hours of coursework including three required courses. Additional, elective courses are chosen in consultation with the student’s advisor.

For more information, visit the MS/IM website

The MS/IM is only accepting On-Campus Applications for Fall 2021 starting on August 1st. The Online Program will resume Fall 2022.