Program Overview

The University of Oregon’s Master of Science in Applied Information Management program is designed to give professionals the knowledge and skills required to advance in their careers. The curriculum focuses on information management, information design, business management, and applied research.

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    Program Details

    Degree Level: Master

    Delivery Format: 100% Online

    Accelerated Degree: No

    Accreditation & Licensing

    Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities


    You must hold a regionally accredited bachelor's degree. You must currently work in a position related to one of the four academic areas in the AIM curriculum (Information Management, Information Design, Business Management, or Applied Research). This may include: database administrator, planner, programmer/analyst, project director, educator, multimedia services supervisor, information technology specialist, or desktop support analyst, to name a few. Must have at least five years of work experience involved in the structuring, processing, or delivery of information. Official transcripts. Letters of recommendation (three). Statement of purpose. Current professional resume. Autobiographical essay.

    School Overview

    The University of Oregon was founded in 1872 through a vote of the Oregon Legislature, and has overcome many struggles throughout its history, including nearly closing in 1881 due to a lack of funds. In 1969, the university was admitted into the exclusive membership of the Association of American Universities, an organization of leading research universities devoted to maintaining a strong system of academic research and education. The school's mission is to serve "its students and the people of Oregon, the nation, and the world through the creation and transfer of knowledge in the liberal arts, the natural and social sciences, and the professions."

    Students have a variety of options academically at the University of Oregon, including degrees and certificates at all levels within the following colleges and schools:

    • School of Architecture & Allied Arts
    • College of Arts & Sciences
    • Charles H. Lundquist College of Business
    • College of Education
    • Robert D. Clark Honors College
    • School of Journalism & Communication
    • School of Music and Dance
    • School of Law
    • Graduate School

    The University of Oregon offers programs that can be completed through its distance learning program, including degree programs from each school.


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