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Leading and Promoting the Information Field

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Training the Information Professionals of Tomorrow

The ever-increasing pace of technological innovation requires a more information-savvy workforce that understands not only the intricacies of technology and data, but how to apply that knowledge.  

We offer nine academic programs along with a number of certificates. Our students are trained to become specialists in information management, data analysis, artificial intelligence, librarianship, social media marketing, and much more. We are preparing our graduates across disciplines to be doers, thinkers, solvers, and game-changers. 

Interdisciplinary Faculty Expertise

The School of Information is a multidisciplinary department where faculty focus on the many aspects of information and its impact on society, using a variety of methodologies. Faculty focused on computational science and management information systems work side-by-side with those focused on issues of information behavior, and societal change.

Our faculty conduct research in artificial intelligence, virtual reality, biodiversity informatics, data management and curation, computer vision, computer-mediated communication and learning, natural language processing, social networking, human-computer interfaces, dark networks, computational art and creation, library sciences, and much more.

At a Glance

Doctorate in Information

  • In person only

Master of Science in Information

  • In person

Master of Library and Information Science

  • In person andË™online

Master of Science in Data Science

  • In person, online and Global (India)

Doctoral minor in Information available

Graduate Certificates offered in Archival Studies, Digital Curation, Instruction & Teaching for Librarians & Information Professionals, Foundations in Data Science, Legal Information, and Medical and Community Health Information

Bachelor of Arts in Information Science & Arts

  • In person

Bachelor of Arts in Information Science & eSociety

  • In person, Fully online

Bachelor of Arts in Games & Behavior

  • In person

Bachelor of Science in Information Science & Technology

  • In person

Bachelor of Science in Game Design & Development

  • In person

A variety of minors are available for undergraduate students

Undergraduate Certificates available in Games & Simulation, and Data Science & Visualization

    Areas of Focus

  • Academic Librarianship

  • Archives & Special Collections

  • Digital Curation

  • Health Science Librarianship and Health Science Informatics

  • Law Librarianship and Legal Information

  • Public Librarianship

  • Data Science

  • Information Systems

  • Human Information Interaction

  • Biological/Ecological Informatics

  • Computational Arts

  • Game Design

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2885 Sanford Ave. SW, Box 40576
Grandville, MI 49418

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