This undergraduate degree prepares students to examine how people and organizations use, store, communicate and transfer information. The goal of this degree is to prepare students for careers in the expanding world of information services.
The College of Information and Communications offers three minors and a concentration to enhance your undergraduate resumé, supplement almost any career path and prepare you for graduate programs with practical and theoretical knowledge.
Data-driven decisions, data-based strategies and digital storytelling are essential skills for communication professionals. We have combined the best courses from the School of Journalism and Mass Communications and the School of Information Science to create a robust master’s program. This flexible online master of science degree was designed for both seasoned professionals and recent graduates entering the workforce.
Cyber threats and data breaches are bringing new challenges to the public and private sectors. The demand for information security specialists and cyber leaders is at an all-time high. This flexible, online master’s degree will provide you with both the technical, social and people skills needed to succeed in this rapidly expanding field.
Consider our MLIS degree if you're looking for a career in library or information center. It prepares students for jobs in colleges, schools, communities, industries, businesses and other institutions.
If you're looking for a career in teaching and research at the highest levels, or research and management with mass media companies, consider our Ph.D. program. Our program is small and selective, giving students substantial flexibility to tailor their coursework and area of study to their particular career goals.
Advanced Graduate Programs
We offer a post-bachelor's degree certificate in: