College of Communication and Information

Information Studies - Minor

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Program Summary

Application Dates: 03/4/2019
Start Dates: 03/4/2019

Schyler Simpson, Ph.D

Director of Recruitment and Retention

(859) 257-7800

College of Communication and Information

College of Communication and Information

Student Services Office

9 Blazer Dining

(859) 257-4839

  • Minor

Information Studies minor students learn to effectively apply, use and manage technology when solving problems related to information and communication. 

Program Summary

Application Dates: 03/4/2019
Start Dates: 03/4/2019

Minor in Information Studies—18 Credit Hours

Required*
IS 200—Information Literacy and Critical Thinking
IS 201—
Personal Knowledge Management
IS 202—
Technologies for Information Services

*Note: ICT 200/201/202 are cross-listed with IS 200/201/202 and are the same course. Students may take the IS or ICT side toward their minor.

Minor Electives

Choose 2 From:
IS 303—
Systems Analysis
IS 326—Electronic Information Resources for Health Professionals
IS 327—Consumer Health Information Seeking
IS 402—Competitive Intelligence

Choose 1 From:
ICT 311—Introduction to Information Science
ICT 316—Universal Access: Information and Work Environments
ICT 320—Information Architecture
ICT 325—Multimedia & Technology
ICT 420—Semantic Web Development

 

This minor can be completed online.

2018-2019 Minor Sheet

Contact

Schyler Simpson, Ph.D

Director of Recruitment and Retention

(859) 257-7800

College of Communication and Information

College of Communication and Information

Student Services Office

9 Blazer Dining

(859) 257-4839

State Authorization & Licensure

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