Pathway to Success: Information and Records Manager / Electronic Records Manager

UMSI Courses

Mastery Courses Affiliated:

  • Digital Curation
  • Digital Repository Architecture and Implementation

Fulfill all MSI requirements. Strongly recommended courses include: 

Elective courses include: 

Field Internships & Experience

Sites where UMSI students have recently completed relevant internships include:

  • Congressional Records Archivist, University of Michigan
  • Digistal Asset Manager-Audiovisual Specialist/Team Leader, Rock Ventures
  • Records and Information Management Analyst, The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
  • Electronic Processing Archivist, South Carolina Department of Archives and History
  • Database Manager of Instructional Resources, Qlovi, UM Law Library
  • Corporate Records Specialist, Mosaic Company

Career Success

Recent grads have accepted positions in this area that include:

  • Archives/Records Officer, International Monetary Fund
  • Archives and Records Specialist, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  • Assistant Records Manager, Catholic University of America
  • Consultant, Booz Allen Hamilton
  • Digital Assets Manager, Portland Art Museum
  • Electronic Records Archivist, Duke University Libraries
  • Informatics Project Manager, Harvard Medical School
  • Information Analyst, National Board of Medical Examiners
  • Information Management Analyst, Chevron Corporation
  • Lifecycle Data Standards Coordinator, National Archives and Records Administration
  • Records and Information Analyst, Pfizer Global
  • Records Management Specialist, Mitsubishi Nuclear Energy Systems
  • Research and Development Registration Manager, International Association of Business Communicators
  • Senior Records Project Manager, Federal Reserve Bank

The Pathways highlighted in this section are suggested routes to desired career goals.  Other routes through the MSI curriculum are also possible.  We'll advise you on your selection of courses, internships, and activities to support your career goals.