From professional development to PhD, iSchool programs mean information education from a global top‑25 university.
Master's in Library and Information Studies Program
Join us at the iSchool for a progressive, forward-thinking master’s program grounded in the ideal of information as a means to improve society. Nationally ranked and continuously accredited for over 100 years. Online & on-campus.
Masters of Science in Information
The MS Information provides master's level education for adult students seeking entry into data/information management, and some applied computing professions.
Professional preparation without the commitment of a complete master’s degree. Online formats allow maximum flexibility for balancing education and life. 9-credit certificate in Analytics for Decision Making, 10-credit certificate in UX Design.
Refresh and refine your skills through non-credit short continuing education courses with expert instructors. Online courses, webinars and workshops provide flexibility. Course selections cover both cutting edge skills and core competencies.
All UW-Madison undergraduates can explore information and society topics and gain information technology skills through the 15-credit Digital Studies certificate/minor. The iSchool offers 5 courses for an iSchool path through Digital Studies.
iSchool PhD students engage in the rich variety of educational experiences offered at the UW‑Madison campus. Small cohorts ensure close relationships and research collaboration with faculty, robust advising and the availability of funding.
Non-degree Graduate Credit Courses
As space permits, iSchool graduate courses can be taken for professional development purposes or by those considering our on-campus or online master's degree. To enroll in these courses, you must register as a University Special Student.