The Faculty of Information combines strengths in the stewardship and curation of cultural heritage (libraries, archives, and museums) with leadership in the future of information practice as society is transformed by the rise of digital technologies.
The Master of Information (MI) program allows students to explore the breadth of information and to focus on one or more areas of study. Students may choose one of two pathways to completion: the general program including coursework-only or thesis options; or the concentration pathway in which students choose one or two of seven concentrations.
The Faculty of Information also provides a Concurrent Registration Option whereby students may register concurrently in the Master of Information and Master of Museum Studies programs.
The Doctor of Philosophy program in Information Studies provides opportunities for advanced scholarly inquiry into theoretical aspects of information and in the empirical investigations of information in various contexts.
Students may also be interested in combined degree programs:
Students may also be interested in the post-master's Graduate Diploma of Advanced Study in Information Studies.
Information—MI, HBA/MI, JD/MI