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When it comes to archives and records management, one size definitely does not fit all. Today’s archivist may work in a traditional library with books and print media, at a museum with historical documents and cultural artifacts, at a high-tech corporation managing digital content—or virtually any place in the world doing some combination of all of those tasks.
In accordance with California State Legislature Assembly Bill No. 1887, San José State University School of Information’s faculty and staff members will not be able to travel to any state that has enacted a law that discriminates on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identify or gender expression.
Ready to lead the fight against cyber threats—and explore exciting new career options? The 100% online Master of Science in Informatics program at San José State University offers a career pathway that focuses specifically on Cybersecurity and Privacy.
This interdisciplinary program provides the skills you need to advance your career in this critically important—and growing—field.
We are living in the age of information, and there is a greater need than ever for experts who are trained to analyze, organize, manage and protect it.
Gain the skills you need to advance your career with a master’s degree from the San José State University School of Information. Choose from courses that focus on human/computer interaction, data science, information visualization, and user experience while networking with a global community of information professionals.
Project Began: June 2017
Project Completed: January 2019
A website’s shelf life depends on many factors, such as industry, competition, product, and business goals. Technological advances and design trends influence the longevity, as well. As the School of Information expanded its program offerings and mobile accessibility became mainstream, it recognized the need to redesign its website.
The MOOC program at the San José State University School Information brings individuals from diverse backgrounds and geographic regions together in an interactive online learning environment to explore the latest trends in the information professions.
MOOC participants do not earn college credit. The open online course is available to the public for free as professional development learning experience.