Fast Facts about UMSI
- Bachelor of Science in Information (120 credit hours, 60 in degree program)
- Master of Science in Information (48 credit hours)
- Master of Health Informatics (52 credit hours, offered jointly with the School of Public Health and Medical School)
- Master of Applied Data Science (34 credits - online only)
- PhD in Information (4-5 year program)
Student enrollment (2019-20 academic year)
BSI students: 337
MSI students: 497
MHI students: 91
MADS students: 149
Health Informatics certificate: 20
PhD students: 105
Core faculty: 67
- $8,700 per term (full-time) for Michigan residents
- $27,233 per term (full-time) for non-Michigan residents
- $11,945 per term (full-time) for Michigan residents
- $24,102 per term (full-time) for non-Michigan residents
- $14,861 per term (full-time) for Michigan residents
- $24,548 per term (full-time) for non-Michigan residents
MADS program (part-time online degree)
- $1,117 for first credit hour for Michigan residents; $932 for additional credits
- $1,428 for first credit hour for non-Michigan residents; $1,243 for additional credits
PhD program: Students accepted into the PhD program are fully funded by the School of Information.
The U-M Registrar maintains detailed information about tuition and fees.
UMSI active alumni
8,837 (as of Fall 2019)
Areas of Interest
- Data Science / Data Analytics / Computational Social Science
- Library and Information Science / Archives and Records Management / Preservation of Information
- User Experience Research and Design / Human Computer Interaction / Social Computing
$5.06 million (FY 2018-19)
As a result of hard work by our faculty and staff, UMSI enjoys top national rankings in many academic areas. (1)
- 98% of our graduate students report finding employment in their field of choice.
- Our masters' students earn the highest average starting salaries of any graduate program in certain areas of study. (2)
The School of Information has one of the American Library Association’s longest continually accredited programs. It first received accreditation in 1926/27 and most recently in 2017. The Master of Science in Information program at University of Michigan School of Information is accredited by the American Library Association Committee on Accreditation, with the status of Continued accreditation. The next comprehensive review visit is scheduled for Spring 2024.
Read the 2017 ALA self-study report.
1 U.S. News & World Report Graduate School Rankings, 2014: #1 Information Systems, #1 Archives and Preservation, #4 Library and Information Studies, #4 Digital Librarianship, #4 Health Librarianship. Note: Established ranking systems do not exist for all programs or specializations
2 Library Journal Placements and Salaries Survey, December 2014
Unless otherwise specified, facts are current as of fall 2019.