For nearly 100 years, the School of Information Sciences has empowered leaders for the evolving information profession.
It is an exciting time to be in the information field and a particularly exciting time to study at Wayne State. Whether you are a first-time graduate student or wish to return for more advanced education, we have a program to suit your needs and career interests.
We are fortunate to be part of a large, dynamic research institution with proven leaders. We have an excellent full-time faculty of researchers and educators. We draw upon leading information professionals who teach part-time and supervise our student interns. In addition, we have a dedicated, professional staff who make student success their top priority.
Meet our community
My desire to ensure all patrons, no matter what language they speak, have access to information and community resources drove me to pursue a career as a librarian. Saba Al-Hachami
What's happening at SIS
- Alternative Spring Break provides dynamic experiences for students despite pandemic restrictions
- Wayne State’s Social Justice Action Committee publishes recommendations
- See what's happening at SIS in the Spring 2021 issue of Connections
- The MLIS program at Wayne State has been named a top graduate program by U.S. News & World Report
- The School of Information Sciences remembers alumnus Leonard Kniffel
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