Graduate School Master's Programs

The Graduate School offers two Master's programs:

Interdisciplinary Studies: Individualized Program

The Interdisciplinary Studies: Individualized Program(IS:IP) at the University of Oregon is a flexible, but academically rigorous master's degree program.  Working within the established guidelines of the program, students plan a course of study specifically designed to explore their interests and work with a faculty committee to pursue and complete their program.

Applied Information Management

The Applied Information Management (AIM) Program bridges the gap between IT and business, fostering a deeper understanding of IT and how to manage, leverage, and present information. AIM graduate students are full-time professionals and part-time students. The curriculum is structured around four main areas: information management, information design, business management, and applied research. AIM is a fully online, applied program where students use their existing expertise and skills, learn from faculty who are experts in their professions, and apply the newly acquired knowledge in their workplaces immediately. AIM students and graduates experience a high rate of promotion within their fields.

 

 

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