MASTER OF SCIENCE IN HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION (HCIM)
Our students learn to design, evaluate, and implement new information technologies and interfaces that are usable and appealing.
DUAL MASTER DEGREE IN INFORMATION MANAGEMENT AND COMMUNITY PLANNING (CPIM)
This dual-degree program is designed to train future professionals with the expertise to create “smart cities” that make use of data and information technology to improve the lives of community residents.
DUAL MASTER DEGREE IN HISTORY AND LIBRARY & INFORMATION SCIENCE (HILS)
Training in history provides students with skills complementary to library and information science as students will develop the ability to work with artifacts; to analyze those artifacts and to successfully organize and manage the data collected from them.
MASTER OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIES IN GAME, ENTERTAINMENT, AND MEDIA ANALYTICS (GEM)
Our interdisciplinary curriculum draws on skills and concepts from information management, advanced analytics techniques, information systems, information science, computer science, and data visualization.