Graduate Admissions

Admission to the School of Information requires approval of both the University and the School itself.  Each application is considered on its own merits and is reviewed holistically.  Our admissions committee makes its recommendation after reviewing your application in its entirety:  supplemental application, resume, official transcripts and GRE scores.  While work experience and positive recommendations are a benefit to any application, the admissions committee must also consider your past academic performance and your graduate entrance examination.  Should an applicant be deficient in one area, the strength of the rest of the application becomes crucial.

Our full-time, Research I University faculty is comprised of information professionals with expertise developed from a variety of academic disciplines and backgrounds.  Since 1996, our groundbreaking online graduate education program has combined quality and convenience for an exceptional online learning experience.

Master’s and Specialist degree programs, as well as our Professional Certificates are completely online and courses are typically offered as real-time, synchronous classes. Each online class meets once a week, Monday through Thursday evenings between 6-8 or 8-10 pm EST.  The many benefits of our online programs include their convenience for working professionals and accessibility from anywhere in the world; however for an individual to be successful in our programs, he/she must have a baseline familiarity with technology and be self-directed. In our opinion, this is what makes the online approach ideal for Master’s and Specialist education. Please note, our Ph.D. program is NOT online.

To Find Out if Online Education is Right For You

Online Graduate Programs

Non-Online Graduate Program

Graduate Non-Degree Seeking Enrollment

Provided the student is in good academic standing at the last institution attended, admission as a non-degree seeking student may be an option.