Graduate Certificates

The School of Information Studies offers four 15-credit certificate programs at the graduate level.

For students or professionals holding a bachelor's degree or higher, we offer the following three programs:


Graduate Certificate in Digital Archives Management

Prepare for work in areas of digital archives, digital curation and digital content management with courses on:

  • the principles and practices in archival studies
  • digital curation
  • strategies for digital preservation
  • enterprise content management

Graduate Certificate in Information Architecture

Prepare for work as information architects and information designers with courses on:

  • the design and assessment of information systems, databases, websites, and interfaces
  • techniques for data mining
  • issues related information security

Graduate Certificate in Information & Knowledge Management

Prepare for work in the areas of information and knowledge management with courses on:

  • the information behaviour of individuals, networks, and organizations
  • the nature of tacit and explicit knowledge services
  • strategies for identifying, capturing, organizing, storing, sharing, and using knowledge

 

 

> See program requirements


For library and information professionals holding a master's degree from an American Library Association (ALA)-accredited program:

 

Graduate Certificate in Library & Information Studies

Update your qualifications to prepare for advanced responsibility, refresh skills, or redirect your career through an individualized program of study.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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