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Faces of UMSI

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Select a degree program below and meet some of the current students and recent alumni who typify the wide range of interests and backgrounds at the School of Information.

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Bachelor of Science in Information profiles

Students from all sorts of personal and educational backgrounds decide to enroll in the BSI program -- people with little to no programming experience to tech wizards; people interested in humanities to those interested in medicine and more. 


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Master of Science in Information profiles

Students in the MSI program have chosen to continue their education at UMSI to learn at the forefront of the information science field, and their individual plans for their enhanced skill sets and foundations of knowledge post-graduation range from the entrepreneurial to the academic.


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Master of Health Informatics profiles

The MHI is an interdisciplinary program offered by the School of Information, the School of Public Health and the Medical School. These students come from backgrounds in technology, public health, sociology, medicine and beyond.

 


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Master of Applied Data Science profiles

Our MADS students study data science from across the country and the globe while managing all kinds of life and career circumstances. MADS students are parents, full-time employees, entrepreneurs, athletes and more.
 


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PhD in Information profiles

UMSI doctoral students begin working on research, both learning the methods and beginning their work on actual projects, from the first day they arrive.