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The Faculty currently offers two Master’s degree programs — a Master of Information (MI) and a Master of Museum Studies(MMSt) — as well as a Combined MI/MMSt Degree Program (CDP). The Faculty of Information is a highly interdisciplinary educational institution and this is reflected in all its degree programs. The largest, the Master of Information, builds on the idea that any subjects exploring the intersections between people, information and technology require an interdisciplinary approach. The MI program balances theoretical and practical approaches to information studies, with particular emphasis on experiential learning, professionalization and ethical dimensions of information work. Located in downtown Toronto – one of the world’s most diverse cities – the Faculty of Information is minutes away from major Canadian heritage institutions including the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Royal Ontario Museum and the Toronto Reference Library, part of the largest public library system in North America. It is also a short distance from Toronto’s and Canada’s main downtown business centre, where major employers in the financial and technology sectors have their head offices.

Master's Programs

Master of Information

  • full time and part time

Master of Museum Studies

  • full time

PhD Programs

Ph.D. Program in Information

Other Programs

Bachelor of Information

  • 2nd entry

Content Areas

Archives, Preservation, and Special Collections,Collection, Acquisition, and Circulation,Data Science,Information Architecture,Information Ethics & Values,Information Architecture,Information Management,Information Security,Information Systems and Technology,Librarianship,Technology & Social Change,User Experience Design

Additional Content Areas

Information Systems and Design, Archive Record Management, Data Science

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