Our graduate dual degree programs are structured so that a student can pursue academic work in Information Studies and an additional field of study while fulfilling the requirements of both degrees in approximately three academic years. In programs leading to two master’s degrees, the degrees are awarded simultaneously.
To enter a dual degree program, the student must first be accepted by both of the individual programs before admission can be granted to the dual degree program. Learn more about iSchool admissions requirements and deadlines, or contact Carol Carreon, Graduate Coordinator, if you have additional questions.
Five-Year Integrated Program
- This innovative, integrated five-year program provides a combined educational path toward obtaining the knowledge necessary to build the information tools of the future.
Master's Degree Programs
- This program combines studies of government, non-profit agencies and global policy with a focus on knowledge needed for meaningful contributions in information organizations.
- This program combines knowledge of public policy with a deep understanding and skills in information generation, storage, retrieval, and distribution.
- This program combines library and information expertise with an understanding of the cultures and societies of Latin America.
- This program offers students the opportunity to combine expertise in language and its use in cultural artifacts with a human-centered approach to information and technology.
- This program combines library and information expertise with an understanding of the cultures and societies of the Middle East and North Africa and Middle Eastern language skills.
- This program combines training in information studies with study of the role that gender plays in shaping society.
Juris Doctor Program
- This program trains students to help address issues arising from the increasingly complex and changing world of legal information use, retrieval, and storage.