Advent/September Intake – Modular at Main/Mukono campus
In addition to overall university requirements for degree Programme entry, applicants for this Programme must:
• Hold a second class lower or above under graduate degree from a Chartered University or equivalent interested in offering Programmes in developing a career in Library and Information Studies.
The Department, in consultation with the Dean, School of Research and Graduate Studies, reserves the right to carry out additional assessment to gauge the suitability of candidates for admission.
Two years, with a maximum of four years to complete
nformation is a key resource for individual, organizational, national and international development. It must therefore be generated, processed, stored, and disseminated. However, because it is a non-dynamic resource, the above activities cannot happen by themselves. Therefore, there must exist a body of information professionals with extensive theory (knowledge) and training (competence and skills) in order to effectively manage this information based on Christian values and principles. The Masters Programme has three main areas of specialization: Information Organization (Library Studies), Records and Archives Management and Information & Communication and trains professionals in all areas.
Topics within course contents include: information and knowledge management, digitization of Information, management of information systems and services, preservation and conservation of information materials, critical and creative thinking, records & archives management, and knowledge organization, among others.
Graduates of the Master of Human Resource Management in Education may pursue a teaching or research career related to Library and Information Science.