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    Feb 24, 2024  
2022-2023 Graduate Catalog 
    
2022-2023 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Library Science with a concentration in Knowledge Management, MS


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The concentration in knowledge management prepares students for positions in the private and public sectors that deals with various aspects of knowledge management processes and practices. It equips students with the skills and knowledge needed to manage organizational knowledge, intellectual capital and knowledge assets. Today knowledge management professionals are expected to manage data and data analysis within the organization, cultivate innovation, increase collaboration, promote knowledge sharing, and identify knowledge gaps. At the same time, employers are seeking information and knowledge professionals who can demonstrate creative thinking and have the ability to use knowledge and technology to further their business goals and enhance productivity. Completion of the concentration provides students with the basic skills and competencies that will enable them to support their organization to gain strategic and tactical competitive advantage.

General Requirements

  1. Total coursework of 36 credit hours (12 courses).
  2. Enroll in INFO 5090  (practicum), unless officially waived based on previous professional and industry experience.
  3. Completion of the Capstone Experience.

Guided electives, 18 hours


General electives, 9 hours


Additional three elective courses (9 hours) selected from the catalog or transferred from other programs with the approval of the academic advisor.

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