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Why Pursue a Master's in Information Sciences?

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Why Pursue Your Master's Degree in Information Sciences?

The only limit to your career path with a master's degree in Information Sciences is your own imagination! From traditional career tracks in librarianship to user experience designers and data analysts, many pursue a graduate degree in IS to further their career as an information management expert within their undergraduate field of study. 

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Why Choose UT SIS?

☑ Quality: Nationally Ranked. ALA Accredited. Large Network of Information Professionals.
 Respected: Top-Ranked Faculty Engaged in Innovative Research.
 Flexible:Online Classes Fit Your Busy Life. Friendly to Working Professionals and Full-Time Students.
 Affordable: In-State Tuition for Tennessee, Arkansas, Delaware, Virginia, and West Virginia. Distance online learners pay a similar rate as in-state students. 
All Fields Welcome: All Undergraduate Degrees Welcome. Pioneer Your Own Career Path Within Your Field. 

What Kind of Careers Can One Pursue?

☑ Data Analyst ☑ Youth Librarian
☑ Technical Service Librarian ☑ Information Architect
☑ Digital Archivist  ☑ Corporate Librarian
☑ User Experience Designer ☑ Web Developer
☑ Market Analytics Specialist And Much More!

Snapshot of Application Requirements: 

☑ Unofficial transcripts with an undergraduate GPA of 3.25 or above (official transcripts must be submitted upon admission to the program).
☑ A written statement, 500 words or fewer, of your career objective.
☑ Letters of recommendation from three persons qualified to judge academic and/or professional qualities.
GRE is no longer required.
☑ $60 application fee.
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