Chemical Information Specialization in Master of Information Science

The growth in the quantity and quality of information is transforming science. The Chemical Information Specialization for the Master of Information Science prepares you to contribute to—and benefit from—this change.

Your information science degree and subject knowledge in chemistry will qualify you for positions such as hospital information specialist, medical systems database designer, and knowledge manager for a pharmaceutical company, among many others.

The specialization will appear on your transcript.

Requirements (Minimum of 36 Credit Hours)

M.I.S. Requirements (18 cr.)

You must also complete the digital literacy requirement.

Specialization Requirements (9 cr.)

Specialization Electives (9 cr.)

Choose from information and library science courses. Talk to your specialization advisor for recommended electives.

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Degree requirements for: Spring 2015Pre-Fall 2013