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The Bachelor of Information (BI) is a second-entry professional undergraduate program. It considers the interactions between information technologies and social worlds, providing you with the conceptual tools and practical techniques necessary to understand and effect change in a data-intensive society.
The Master of Museum Studies (MMSt) degree is a creative, dynamic, multidisciplinary, global, exciting, forward-thinking, professional program with the right balance between theoretical knowledge, practical learning and integrated research. As the only English-speaking master’s program of its kind in Canada, it trains future museum professionals to be prepared for global museological environments in constant change.
The Master of Information (MI) graduates are the next generation of valued professionals, able to lead the progression of information design, organization, storage, access and retrieval, dissemination, preservation, conservation and management.
The doctoral program features advanced scholarly research in the theoretical basis of information studies.
Judy Koke (Museum Learning in Art Galleries & Museums)
Megan Richardson (Director, Virtual Museum of Canada)
Shelley Falconer (President & CEO, Art Gallery of Hamilton)
Rebecca Duclos (Dean, Faculty of Fine Arts, Concordia)