Dec 08, 2022
Discovery Park, Room E290
3940 N. Elm St.
Denton, TX 76207-7102
1155 Union Circle #311068
Denton, TX 76203-5017
Web site: ci.unt.edu
Shobhana Chelliah, Associate Dean of Research and Development
Yunfei Du, Associate Dean of Academics
The College of Information situates itself at the intersection of people, technology and information. Its faculty, staff and students invest in innovative research, collaborative partnerships and student-centered education to serve a global information society. The college is dedicated to serving state, regional, national and global communities by preparing information leaders and innovators; forging the creation of transformative and translational knowledge; and sharing knowledge that addresses information challenges and problems. By creating a community to discuss the intersecting areas of interest, the college aims to create exciting advancements in science and service to the communities. By creating a community to discuss our intersecting areas of interest, we can create exciting advancements in science and service to our communities. We at the College of Information have seen the power of cross-discipline pollination. The college’s goals are as follows:
- Provide exemplary learning opportunities and instruction facilitated through varied formats, technology-rich environments, and an accomplished faculty who embrace diversity in all college endeavors;
- Contribute leading-edge research, scholarship, and creative pursuits for a global informational society; and
- Nurture the professional endeavors of faculty and staff, the University, and the general public through outstanding leadership, consulting, community engagement, and continuing education.
Programs of study
Departments within the college offer graduate programs leading to the following degrees:
The departments also offer teacher and librarian certifications, graduate academic certificates and a post-master’s certificate of advanced study. General requirements for each graduate program are listed under each department.
The college has four research centers and an excellent and growing record of success in obtaining research funding. Faculty and graduate students are highly productive in a wide variety of research efforts related to human information seeking, learning, and use behaviors; human-computer interactions; development, delivery, and evaluation of information and education systems and services; and information and education policies and ethics in public and private sectors.
For general information, contact the Toulouse Graduate School at GraduateSchool@unt.edu. For specific requirements for graduate programs, contact the college advising office at email@example.com or appropriate academic advisor in the Department of Information Science, Department of Learning Technologies or Department of Linguistics.