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Information Studies

The primary focus of Information Studies is the information enterprise broadly defined. Graduates will be prepared to explore and analyze information needs and work within the organizational context to develop appropriate and effective approaches to satisfying those needs. The central theme of the Information Studies program is facilitating the link between people, whether individuals or groups, and the information necessary to their success. The Bachelor of Arts in Information Studies program is designed to prepare graduates for careers as information technology facilitators.


Career Opportunities

  • Design/Development
  • Management/Operation
  • Database Administration
  • Computer Support Network Administration
  • Programming Systems Analyst
  • Training
  • Business Systems Analyst
  • Data Entry & Retrieval
  • Hardware Marketer
  • Manager Information Center
  • Consultant
  • Communications Network Designer
  • Network Administrator Database Analyst

Related Skills


Hiring Institutions

  • Consulting Firms
  • Banks and Investment Firms
  • Colleges/universities
  • Government
  • Telecommunications
  • International Agencies
  • Libraries
  • Data Processing Centers
  • Self-Employed/Consulting
  • Information Service Agencies
  • Military
  • Business & Industry
  • Research & Development
  • Professional & Technical Journals

Personal Attributes


Career Paths of Recent Graduates

Related Websites

American Society for Information Science (ASIS)
Association of Independent Information Professionals (AIIP)
Association of Records Managers & Administrators, Inc
Association for Women in Computing (AWC)
Computerwork.com
Computerworld Careers
Institute for the Certification of Computer Professionals
Institute for Operations Research & The Management Sciences
International Webmasters Association
Internet Society
Jobs for Software Developers & IT Professionals