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Is the iSchool the right place for you?

It is if you're looking for a college experience and academic environment where:

  • The school’s vision is vast—to expand human capabilities through information.
  • There is a small-school feel at a place that makes a big impression.
  • A collegial, open culture blends the traditional with lots that is entrepreneurial.
  • Faculty are leaders in their fields and innovators in their professions.
  • Professors have sky-high thinking with down-to-earth teaching styles.
  • Students and faculty learn from each other through leading-edge explorations.
  • Enthusiastic alumni actively help students network for internships and jobs.
  • Business and industry leaders are regularly involved and often on campus.
  • Imaginative community engagement programs take place locally and globally.
  • Faculty and staff look out for you, challenge you, and continually work to promote your academic and career success.
 
 
  • The Master of Science in Library and Information Science is a comprehensive, American Library Association-accredited, 36-credit degree program.

  • Focuses on teaching Library and Information Science (LIS) students the skills to instruct children in grades pre-K through 12 in all areas of literacy and technology fluency.

  • The MS in Information Management (IM) from the iSchool uses an interdisciplinary approach to learning and understanding information technology.

  • The MS in Applied Data Science prepares students with the practical analytical and technical skills to apply analytical concepts to gain insight from small and large datasets.

  • The MS in Enterprise Data Systems from the iSchool is designed for students who want to prepare professionally to design, support and optimize the infrastructure that supports the digital enterprise

  • The CAS in Data Science is a 15-credit program that focuses on handling data through its full lifecycle: architecting, acquiring, analyzing, and archiving.

  • The CAS in e-Government Management and Leadership is offered by both the Syracuse UniversityiSchool and Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs.

  • The CAS in Enterprise Technology Leadership is an interdisciplinary certificate for individuals who seek to align technology leadership principals with their professional and academic interests.

  • The CAS in Information Security Management is a 15-credit program that prepares students to take a lead security role within their organization.

  • Information Technology Management offers students with a broad range of disciplinary backgrounds a way to gain foundational management skills specialized for the information technology field.

  • The CAS in School Media program for people who already possess an ALA-accredited MSLIS and want certification as a school library media specialist.

  • Prospective PhD in Information Science and Technology students should explore the backgrounds of our faculty members to find a research fit.

  • Ph.D. in information science and technology is a research-based degree for those individuals interested in becoming researchers, professors, consultants, or more theoretically oriented positions

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