Special lectures hosted by the college and the department feature renowned scholars
who provide different perspectives and insights into the information science field.
Our students and faculty are active members of different professional associations
and learned societies, such as the iSchools consortium, the American Library Association,
the Association for Information Science and Technology, and the Knowledge & Information
Information science students can study in a variety of concentrations such as information
organization, information architecture, human information behavior and use, knowledge
management, librarianship, modern information processing, and retrieval systems, digitization
and digital libraries.
Students who earn a graduate certificate can use their hours to go later use their
hours as part of a Master's degree in Information or Library Science.
Instruction is offered in a variety of formats, including face-to-face, online and
blended, that allows you to balance classes with full-time or part-time employment.