Master of Information Studies
The master's program offers three options to complete the 45 credits required for the MIS degree. In all cases, a minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed in the second language. Full-time or part-time students in MIS complete 6 compulsory core courses in their first year of study plus a capstone experience course in their final semester.
Graduates of the MIS program are prepared to take on many exciting career opportunities as librarians, information and records managers, digital curators, information architects, data analysts, library directors, metadata managers, privacy analysts, archivists and web content managers, to name just a few.
Get more information on the MIS program and admission requirements.
Program Performance and Student Achievement (2013-2018)
You can add a specialization in Science, Society and Policy to your degree.