Master of Science in Information Management

Full-Time MSIM Degree Option

If you want a career that involves:

  • Planning an organization’s infrastructure and information architecture
  • Organizing the flood of enterprise information
  • Extracting useful information from that flood
  • Making the enterprise information serve people and the organization better
  • Ensuring the security and assurance of the organization’s information asset

Then you’ve come to the right place!

People, Information, Technology

The Full-Time MSIM (Master of Science in Information Management) degree option complements a bachelor’s degree in business, arts or sciences by opening new doors for career possibilities in any information-related field. Our information management degree program focuses on the intersection between people, information, and technology, in order to prepare you to develop, implement, and manage systems and networks of information to meet the needs of organizations of all types and sizes.

Flexible Course Schedules

Full-Time MSIM core classes are offered during the traditional Monday through Friday schedule. However, some electives are offered in evenings and on Saturday mornings, to provide maximum flexibility. Additional electives are required, and an internship is strongly recommended as part of completion of this degree program, providing both in-depth knowledge and practical experience in areas of student interest. The Full-Time MSIM program requires a minimum of 65 credits and is designed to be completed in two years.

Focused Learning with Specializations

In addition to the core curriculum, students may choose to focus their electives in one or two specialization areas, or may choose electives across the breadth of the curriculum for a broad-based degree in information management. Learn about specializations you can choose in the Information Management degree program

Enrollment in the Full-Time MSIM degree program is open to domestic and international applicants. Applicants to this program need not have prior experience in the information field, and applications are welcomed from any undergraduate degree background.