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MIM student Duane (surname to be confirmed)

Flexible program perfect for busy professionals

Study when and where you want – to strike a balance between your lifestyle, your current career and your learning needs.


MIM student Carolyn Finney

Relevant, real-world learning

Our experiential learning model means that Carolyn Finney can apply her coursework directly to her current position as a federal public servant.



Build on your existing knowledge and experience

Our program will help you to develop the skills and best practices that you need to lead your organization to excellence.


MIM lecturer Dr Fiona Black

“The information managers shall inherit the earth.”

Information management-related leadership is now crucial for success among large public and private sector organizations, says professor Fiona Black.


Program Spotlight

6 reasons to pursue Dalhousie's MIM:

  1. Unique: Our degree – the first one of its kind in Canada – builds on your existing knowledge and experience to help you develop the critical information, risk and change management skills and best practices you need to help your organization excel.
  2. Career Opportunities: Develop the insight, vision and skills needed to lead at a global level in today’s knowledge-based society.
  3. Credentials: you'll have the opportunity to earn two major Information Management-related credentials while you work toward your Master's.
  4. Flexible: Enjoy a highly flexible timeframe that caters to your lifestyle and learning needs. Our program’s blend of distance and face-to-face learning provides you with a chance to learn from anywhere in the world.
  5. Quality teaching: World class academics deliver our program from within an award-winning faculty – all part of a university that leads in management education.
  6. Networking: Build a lifelong network of like-minded professionals, both in Canada and internationally.

Program requirements

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Most successful applicants possess at least five years of workplace experience and hold a degree with at least a second class standing (B average, 3.0 GPA) from a university recognized by Dalhousie; however there are exceptions.

Driving your development

MIM student

Develop your leadership and strategic management skills. Our experiential learning model allows you to apply your learning to your workplace as of your very first course.