The School of Information Sciences offers the both undergraduate and graduate courses. The University Registrar Timetable of Classes, published several weeks prior to each semester, is the official notification of courses offered for a specific semester.
Student Planning Form
Looking for the student planning form? Go to the MSIS Student Resources page. It is found in the “Academic Planning, Advising, & Other Resources” section.
Undergraduate and minor planning forms and resources can also be found on the Undergraduate Resources page.
Explore examples of past syllabi used for the courses. Please note that these are not current syllabi for use in a given semester.
Policies and Procedures for Courses
The MSIS program requires 36 hours (typically twelve 3-credit hour courses) of graduate coursework. After completing three required courses (INSC 511, 512, and 514), MSIS students work with an assigned faculty member to craft a program to fit their learning and career goals.
SIS Course Registration and Advising
Registration policies, advising policies, course types, and more.
*New: Course Registration Tips
Questions and answers to assist with registering for INSC classes.
SIS Course Guidelines
Guidelines and procedures for course wellness and class cancellation due to weather or technical issues.
Planning for Future Courses
Multi-year course schedules are available to students and advisors for long-term course planning. These schedule may be subject to changes due to enrollment, instructor availability, or demand.
BSIS and Undergraduate Minor 5-Year Course Schedule
- Undergraduate Course Schedules by Semester (Fall 2021 to Summer 2026)
MSIS Full Course Frequency and 3-Year Schedule
- Graduate Course Schedules by Semester (Fall 2022 to Summer 2025)