Our MI is a versatile degree, giving students the knowledge and skills to work across sectors and in all types of organizations. Specifically, the MI degree offers students the ability to concentrate in areas such as librarianship, archives, data management, user-centered design and information management & policy. The list below will guide students in elective selection for the various concentrations.

In course planning, students should always refer to the Course Schedule and the Courses Offered for course-related detail. It is also recommended that students consult with their Academic Advisor.

◊ denotes an advanced technology elective

INFO 6330 Cataloguing and Classification
INFO 6500  Community-Led Services
INFO 6560  Information Resources Management 
INFO 6810  Managing Information Literacy Instruction
Librarianship - Youth or Childrens' Services
INFO 6070  Reading and Reading Practices
INFO 6250  Services and Resources for Young Adults
INFO 6450  Services and Resources for Children
INFO 6800  Archives
INFO 6860 Archives II
INFO 6370  Records Management
INFO 6840  Content Management Systems   ◊
User-Centered Design
INFO 6630  User Experience
INFO 6620  Web Design & Architecture   ◊
INFO 6682  Human Information Interaction
Information Management & Policy
INFO 6370  Records Management
INFO 6400  Knowledge Management
INFO 6090  Culture of Privacy
INFO 6100  Information in Public Policy and Decision Making
INFO 6610  Information Policy
Data Management 
INFO 6270  Introduction to Data Science   ◊
INFO 6513  Business Analytics and Data Visualization   ◊
INFO 6681 Geospatial Information Management  ◊
INFO 6290 Managing Research Data