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Old 5th May 2015, 09:17 AM
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Default MS IN Mis In University Of Texas Austin

What are the various carrier scopes after doing Maters in Master of Science in Information Studies from University Of Texas Austin? This year I was making up my mind to take admissions in this University under the given course but before that I want to know the career aspects. So provide me with the needful.
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Old 25th April 2018, 07:39 PM
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I want to do MS IN Mis program in University of Texas at Austin so can you please provide me the details of the program?
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Old 25th April 2018, 07:40 PM
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University of Texas at Austin School of Information competitive MSIS degree offers a pathway to a successful career, now and into the future.

The professional program attracts students from an array of undergraduate and professional backgrounds including business, psychology, anthropology, engineering, art history, music, and architecture.

MSIS program-

MSIS is recognized by the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society for appropriate professional preparation in HCI and Human Factors, and by numerous professional associations as a terminal academic credential in information science.

Their versatile curriculum is comprised of 40 semester hours of coursework:

9 hours of core knowledge courses
27 hours of elective courses
A 4-hour Capstone Experience

Eligibility -

All School of Information students are encouraged to explore the many resources that such a large university as UT Austin offers.

To facilitate this, the School of Information cross-lists several courses each semester from other schools and colleges.

The School of Information places no limitations on a student enrolling in such
courses, though some of those other units may do so.

There are restrictions, however, on the courses that may be credited toward the Master of Science in Information Studies or other degree.

Students should consult their faculty advisor or the Graduate Advisor about these restrictions.


Their curriculum is designed to support both general and specific educational goals, allowing students to tailor the program to their interests or to follow a prescribed curriculum for specific certification.

It is impossible to list all the specialist roles that may be filled by graduates of our
program, but they do emphasize general areas of research and practice within the School of Information:

Archival Studies
Digital Libraries
Human-Computer Interaction & Information Architecture
Organization and Retrieval of Knowledge and Information
Preservation and Conservation of Physical and Digital Artifacts
Development, Management, and Evaluation of Collections and Services
Cultural Heritage Development and History and Management of the Cultural Record
Information Policy, Ethics, and Advocacy
User Behavior
Health Informatics
Information Work and Workers
Social Informatics


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