Campus Masters of Information Sciences Programs
The Master of Library Science (M.L.S.) degree program utilizes weekend courses and online instruction to create the flexibility of course scheduling required by non-traditional adult learners who cannot afford to relocate to campus as a full-time student.
The master of science is offered on a full- or part-time basis at our Boston campus, and on a part-time basis at our Mount Holyoke campus...
From consumer retail to "smart grids," trading algorithms to the health care industry, businesses are generating an unprecedented amount of data.
The School of Information curriculum is designed to support our dynamic programs and to keep current and on the cutting-edge of developments in the information professions.
The Master of Science in Information Technology with a specialization in Data Management Technology is designed for students with a desire to develop professional skills in the main functional area of data management and related data management technologi...
We provide essential training using a computer-based approach for working in this cutting-edge discipline.
The Internet has brought a new kind of democracy where all information is created equal. No longer the sole province of experts and the traditional media, it has become grassroots, viral, and global.
Minimal degree required:Bachelor's degree...
CIS professionals help information flow through organizations allowing businesses to function properly.
Competencies include programming, hardware organization, operating systems, component engineering and network administration.
The program is focused on the value aspect of Big Data for large enterprises and the implementation of Big Data technology...
The Communiversity is an alliance of 8 NJ colleges and universities which brings undergraduate and graduate degrees to Monmouth County.
The School Media program is a major specialization within the Library and Information Science (LIS) program and requires that ..