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SI offers dual-degree programs to help students create specialized academic programs to meet their specific career interests. In addition to the formalized dual-degrees listed below, students can also initiate a dual degree with any other academic unit on campus. A dual degree allows students to double count some credits and thus shorten the completion time for both programs. To apply for dual degree or certificate programs, you must apply and be admitted to each department separately, and then work to develop your academic plan together.
This dual degree program offers a combined approach to information design and data visualization through scientific research and creative practice.
Students in this program will have an opportunity to take courses in electronic commerce, information economics, information ethics and policy, and many other business-related topics.
This dual degree with the Law School is one of only a few offered anywhere, and it is particularly attractive to students who wish to develop their expertise in the field of intellectual property.
This program offers a unique opportunity to understand the multiple ways in which people, information, and technology interact in the medical environment.
This dual degree is designed to meet the needs of students who desire preparation in both clinical management and information management areas.
Students pursuing the dual degree with the School of Public Policy will study information and information technologies as well as the policy and regulatory aspects of using them.
This degree provides academic training and practical experience to improve social workers' effectiveness when dealing with information issues and extends the reach of information specialists in furthering the public good.
Students may self-initiate a dual degree with other graduate programs at the University of Michigan by contacting each school to find out more about their curriculum and opportunities for dual programming.