Campus Information Sciences Graduate Programs
From consumer retail to "smart grids," trading algorithms to the health care industry, businesses are generating an unprecedented amount of data.
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...
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 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.
North Central College is an independent, comprehensive college of the liberal arts and sciences enrolling some 2,500 students.
This professional curriculum leads to the Master of Library Science Degree.
The MSIS prepares students for careers in information systems development and/or IT management.
Biostatisticians apply statistical methods to the design, analysis and interpretation of research studies in a variety of fields.
A cooperative program with the University of Missouri that prepares future librarians and information professionals.
The MSIA program equips students with knowledge and methods to streamline business as they study data science and analytics...
The Post-Master's Graduate Certificate Program is offered by the School of Business Administration.
CIS professionals help information flow through organizations allowing businesses to function properly.
With information technology permeating all aspects of modern society, the creation and operation of contemporary information system is an immensely co...
Northwestern University’s Certificates of Advanced Graduate Study in Information Systems...