Information Sciences Graduate Programs
Syracuse University’s School of Information Studies offers an online MS in Library and Information Science focusing on both the theory and practice of library science.
This program blends healthcare and technology. It's a fully online professional program designed for working adults in the healthcare, IT, or business arenas.
From consumer retail to "smart grids," trading algorithms to the health care industry, businesses are generating an unprecedented amount of data.
NCU’s Information Systems specialization is designed for students who want to know how computers work together to maintain, store and process information most efficiently and effectively.
The online Master of Science in Library and Information Science (M.S.L.I.S.) gives you the knowledge to analyze, evaluate and organize information effectively to enhance information delivery and become an information specialist in the industry and ar...
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.
The Doctor of Computer Science with a concentration in Enterprise Information Systems at Colorado Technical University's Institute for Advanced Studies is designed to develop people into leaders in designing, implementing and managing large-scale sys...
This degree program provides the MS learner with the tools needed to lead change in a technological environment.
We provide essential training using a computer-based approach for working in this cutting-edge discipline.
PhD research across Scis, Engrg, Comp & Med; fully-funded, most attractive Scholarship, allowances & benefits; opportunities for research based in & beyond Singapore; for those with excellent results, research passion & aptitude.
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 MS IS degree prepares graduates to fill the niche in the job market for employees with skills in emerging information system technologies.
The Graduate School was established in 1967 with 36 departments for the master's program and 27 for the Ph.D. program. A total of 2,416 degrees (2,050...
This programme, run jointly by Newcastle University Business School and the School of Computing Science, is primarily aimed at graduates, or those at...