The Online Master of Science in Knowledge Management requires 42 – 45 credit hours. To see the availability of classes please see the KM Courses page.
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Courses below are marked with the semesters in which they are usually offered. Schedules are subject to change, this this serves as a guideline for how a student might progress through the program.
Master of Science Core Courses (6 credit hours)
IAKM 60001 – IAKM in Context
IAKM 60002 – Knowledge Organization Structures, Systems, and Services (spring)
Knowledge Management Required Courses (21 credit hours)
IAKM 60301 – Foundational Principles of Knowledge Management (fall, spring, summer)
IAKM 60302 – Foundations of Document Management (fall)
IAKM 60303 – Knowledge Assessment and Evaluation
IAKM 60313 – Communities of Practice (spring)
IAKM 60306 – Organizational Culture (spring)
IAKM 60307 – Organizational Learning (fall)
ECON 62015 – Economics of Information (fall)
Select four of the following from the Knowledge Management Electives (12 credit hours) or choose other options from the Knowledge Management concentration.
IAKM 60310 – Intellectual Capital Management (spring)
IAKM 60311 – Business Process Management (summer)
IAKM 60312 – Business Intelligence – Competitive Intelligence (fall)
IAKM 60691 – Seminar: (variable course titles)
IAKM 60692 – Practicum
IAKM 60792 – Internship
IAKM 61095 – Topics: (variable course titles)
IAKM 61096 – Individual Investigation
M&IS 64042 – Management Information Systems
M&IS 64081 – Data Communications and Networking in Business
M&IS 64082 – Database Management Systems
M&IS 64083 – Information Security
COMM 65851 – Organizational Communication
JMC 50015 – Media Management
JMC 60015 – Advanced Media Management
LIS 60610 – Management of Libraries and Information Centers
LIS 60651 – Digital Image Processing and Collection Management
LIS 60650 – Information Policy
Other KM courses under development.
Some course have prerequisites or require permission to enroll. You can see all course descriptions from other departments including prerequisites in the Graduate Schools Catalog. You will go to each School’s section to see their courses, descriptions, and prerequisites.
To complete the degree all students must select one of the following
IAKM 61199 – Thesis I
IAKM 61299 – Thesis II (if appropriate)
IAKM 61098 – Master’s Project
IAKM 61081 – Capstone Experience
Download all of the program course descriptions from the university catalog.