Career Paths – Master of Information Management (MIM)

Our graduates are leaders in information and technology management

The Master of Information Management (MIM) program equips students with the technical and analytical skills to lead organizations in data-driven decision making, technology development, and information governance and security. The innovative MIM curriculum also infuses education in business management, design, and the social sciences to address the growing and unique need for information professionals who understand complex social and organizational issues. As a result of this unique curriculum, practical skills training, and hands-on learning opportunities, our graduates are prepared to apply their skills directly and immediately in their careers – resulting in our 99% job placement rate.

MIM Career Paths

  • Students learn how to analyze and transform data into meaningful insights that drive social and organizational decision making.
  • Graduates become data scientists, data analysts, business analysts, gaming and entertainment analysts, data visualization specialists, market research analysts, information taxonomists, digital marketing specialists, cyber-threat analysts, information security analysts.

  • Students learn how to assess and develop technology and applications that meet the information and data needs of businesses, organizations, and their users.
  • Graduates become technology and application designers, product developers, interactive designers, IT solutions designers, web developers, information architects, business technology consultants.

  • Students learn how to assess, manage, and advance information and technology systems in any organization.
  • Graduates become chief data officers, directors of information governance and policy, systems administrators, information compliance specialists, database architects, directors of information assurance, digital records managers, and cyber-threat intelligence officers, information security specialists.
MIM Graduates Work for Top Companies and Organizations
Accenture Fidelity Investments Morgan Stanley Capital
Adobe Systems First Citizens Bank OPNET Technologies
Advance Digital Systems Honda of America Optimal Solutions
American Express Hughes Network Systems PriceWaterhouseCoopers
APT IBM Progressive Insurance
Bloomberg Internal Revenue Service US Census Bureau
BlueCrossBlueShield International Food Policy Research Institute US Department of Defense
Capgemini J.P. Morgan US Department of the Treasury
Capital One KPMG US Government Accountability Office (U.S.GAO)
Cognizant Technology Solutions Library of Congress Verizon Wireless
Deloitte Consulting Microsoft Washington Post
DrFirst Microstrategy World Bank

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