Harness the Power of Information with an Online Master’s Degree from the Syracuse iSchool

Syracuse University’s School of Information Studies (iSchool) — the Original School of Information in the U.S.¹ — offers online master’s degree programs that help students harness the opportunities that information presents to expand their professional capabilities.

Master of Science in Information Management

This program prepares information professionals to design and manage mission-critical information technologies within organizations.

Master of Science in Library and Information Science

This highly ranked program² helps students hone their skills in both theory and practice of librarianship across a broad range of industries. A specialization in School Media is also available.

Master of Science in Applied Data Science

This program prepares students to use applications of data science so they can effectively collect, organize and manage data, as well as master data visualization tools to communicate results in a wide range of business situations.

All of the iSchool's online programs feature:

  • Live online classes
  • Interdisciplinary Curriculum
  • Self-paced Coursework
  • In-Person Immersions
GRE Waivers Available

GRE Waivers Available

For students seeking to further develop specialized skills, the iSchool also offers Certificates of Advanced Study in Data Science and in Information Security Management.

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The National Security Agency (NSA) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) have jointly designated Syracuse University as a National Center of Academic Excellence (CAE) in Information Assurance/Cyber Defense, Information Assurance Education, and in Research.³

¹Syracuse University School of Information Studies, History (visited July 9, 2019)
²U.S. News & World Report, Best Library and Information Studies Programs (visited July 9, 2019)
³University Receives Dual Information Assurance/Cyber Defense Education Designations, 2014 (Accessed July 2019)