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Masters in Information

University of Arizona

Overview

the Master of Science in Information degree aims to produce generations of information professionals and researchers who have the knowledge, skill, and ability to collaborate across disciplines to solve real-world information problems and address grand information challenges of today and the future. The program emphasizes the development of a set of social and technological skills so that students can graduate with hands-on experience that blends behavioral, psychological, cultural, and philosophical perspectives.

Courses:

Required courses:

  • Foundations of Information
  • Information Research Methods
  • Organization of Information

Choose two courses of the following three courses:

  • Design, Art and the Environment
  • Artificial Intelligence for Health and Medicine
  • Statistical Natural Language Processing

Details

$10,900

Annual Tuition Fee*

18 Months

Course Duration

30

Course Credits

On Campus

Delivery Medium

Course Link

Admissions

$85

Application Fee

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Application Deadline

Pre-Requisities

Min English Scores

TOEFL

79

IELTS

7

PTE

60

Academic Pre-Requisites

  • A bachelor’s degree from the University of Arizona or from an accredited college or university recognized by the University of Arizona.
  • A grade point average of 3.0 or higher.
  • Completed undergraduate-level mathematics coursework and computer programming experience

Students

86

Yocketers have applied

39

Yocketers got admits

85

Yocketers are interested

Average Profile of Admits

313

GRE

107

TOEFL

7

IELTS

Ashish Pandey

Admit

Information
  • spring 2022

Satyam Gawali

Admit

Information
  • fall 2021

Mayank Jain

Admit

Information
  • fall 2020

Jugal Praneth 07

Admit

Information
  • fall 2020

Meet Shah

Admit

Information
  • fall 2020

Opportunities

Potential career paths for MS graduates include: Information Architect, Database Administrator, Data Scientists/Engineer, Digital Artists, Software Programmer/Engineer, Web Programmer, Application/System Analyst, and Digital Repository Specialist