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Master of Science in Information Sciences

Our ALA accredited online or on-campus master’s program is ranked #1 in the SEC.


Bachelor of Science in Information Sciences

Connect people, information, and technology in the setting that most excites you.


PhD Program: Information Sciences Concentration

Further the Volunteer spirit through research, teaching, and community support.


School Library Media Licensure

Pursue a career connecting youth with information and critical thinking.




Information Lights the Way

“Information science professionals are uniquely positioned to address many of the most significant issues our society faces because of our strong orientation to community service, our passion for implementing and maintaining ethical and fair information practices, our deep technical expertise, and our creative ingenuity.”


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SIS News


  • Hannah Gunderman Given 2022 SIS Innovator’s Alumni AwardHannah Gunderman Given 2022 SIS Innovator’s Alumni Award

    Videogames and information sciences may not sound like a natural fit, but Hannah Gunderman (’21) has found her niche at the crossroads of the two. She came into the MSIS program with a PhD in geography and a desire to be a librarian. Before she graduated with her master’s degree, she was hired on at Carnegie Mellon University’s Library in Pittsburgh as a research data… Read more »
  • 2022 SIS Distinguished Alumni Susan Jennings2022 SIS Distinguished Alumni Susan Jennings

    Susan Jennings (’07) didn’t start out with the dream to be a librarian, but in hindsight, she believes it was pre-ordained. After all, she and her family were voracious readers, she was a library page in junior high school, and she drove her mother to the public library every Saturday where they’d spend an hour or two picking out books. It wasn’t until she ended… Read more »
  • Chad Lanctot on What it is Like Being a Veteran and a Student

    It took a decade for Chad Lanctot to finish his undergraduate degree, and for good reason: Lanctot was in the U.S. Coast Guard and was taking online classes while he actively served. It was tough going but once he was done and retiring from the Coast Guard, he knew that more higher education was his future. “I was talking to some of my mentors and… Read more »

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