Master of INFORMATION MANAGEMENT

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The New Curriculum

The study plan includes either THESIS or NON-THESIS option.

The program requirements are:

30 (36) TOTAL COURSE CREDITS (non-thesis option in parenthesis)

18 (21) COMPULSORY (3 credits each)

1330-503    Information Resources and Services

1330-508    Information and Society

1330-509    Knowledge Organization

1330-510     Management of Information Services Organization

1330-511     IT Applications for Information Management

1330-512    Research Methods in Information Management

1330-593   Project ( non-thesis option only )

12 (15) ELECTIVES (3 credits each)

A student must take 9-12 hour courses in his/her areas of concentration. A student might take 3-6 credit hour course from the two areas of concentration or additional course in which the student is not specializing.

Area of Concentration I: Information Studies

1330-513     Advance Knowledge Organization

1330-514     Human Information Behavior

1330-515     Information Literacy Education

1330-516     Discipline-Oriented Information Resources

1330-517     Public Information

1330-518     Management Applications in Diverse Information Environment

Area of Concentration II: IT Applications in Information Management

1330-519     Integrated Information Systems

1330-520    Database Design and Management

1330-521     Internet Technologies and Applications

1330-525     Information Systems Analysis and Design

1330-526     Human-Computer Interaction

1330-527     Digitization Systems and Applicaitons

Area of Concentration III: Knowledge Management

1330-528     Foundations of Knowledge Management

1330-529     Organizational Behavior and Knowledge Sharing

1330-530    Learning Organization

1330-535    Business Intelligence

1330-536    Knowledge Management Technologies

1330-537    Knowledge Management Applications and Measurement

Thesis ( non-credit)

1330-597 to 599 Thesis (Thesis Option Only)

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5 thoughts on “Master of INFORMATION MANAGEMENT

  1. mashallah, it looks interesting wallah and better than our curriculum.

    I liked the KM part 🙂

    Thanks Saleh for sharing this with us 🙂

  2. yeah wadha you are righ it is really amazing
    Saleh first of all thank you, how did you get this?? you are really information professional 🙂 second you made us feel disappointed ..comapring this one with our curriculum..i feel like we are in the stoneages..this is much more advenced:(
    i believe that this MIM is the same as LIS they just remove the word library.

  3. Thank u again sayed,, U have the experience in searching mashallah. We miss the word LIBRARY in this curriculum. At least they should add one course titled: The History of Libraries.

  4. Most of the classes are the same with different titles if you noticed. You have taken at least more than 50% of the material.

    ITs not fare to not be included in the new title.

    And by the way, do you think i should change the title of the blog to MIMKW.COM ? Blog Of Information Management in Kuwait?

  5. Wadha: you’re most welcom sis.. and the most ineresting part of it to me is the IS part..

    Fatma: wallah you’re right I also feel dissoppinted.. and I am not that smart to get these information 🙂 it was just a quick visit to the graduate building in Khaldia and the informaiton was in the catalog book there.. 🙂 and you’re most welcome sis..

    Ahmad: I am with you in adding the the course you proposed.. but the issue here is that no longer LIS program is existed.. they have replaced it 100%.. so no need to add library courses in the curriculum..

    MB: I think you right.. since I have taken some courses from the IT section such as Databases and info. systems, it is posible to take another 2 to 3 courses to chaneg me title to IM.. in your case you have taken some courses from KM section which is also benefcial for you to change the title..

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