School of Library and Information Management
Campus Box 4003
1 Kellogg Circle
Emporia, KS 66801
Informatics (concentrations in GeoInformatics and Quantitative Economics)
Informatics is an emerging field revolving around data analytics that creates new and exciting professional opportunities. Students who graduate with a Master of Science in Informatics are qualified for a range of jobs in military, business, not-for-profit, public, legal, and other sectors. This program, which is heavy in statistics and mathematics, will prepare students to work with large and messy datasets that may be found in a number of industries, write code, and analyze that data.
The Master of Science degree in Informatics is a 36-credit hour graduate degree program. It is a collaboration between the School of Library and Information Management, the School of Business, and the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and is administered by the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies. Applicants must have an undergraduate degree with a GPA of 3.0. Graduation requirements include 15 credit hours of core courses, 15 credit hours of concentration courses, and a practicum of six. Courses are all online and sequenced to enable students to graduate in two years by taking two courses per semester, including summers.
Financial Aid: Yes
International Financial Aid: Yes
Classification: Master's College or University I
Locale: Remote Town
Size & Settings: 6,000-9,999