CCI’s new Graduate Minor in Digital Content Management (offered beginning fall 2020) provides Drexel graduate students with the foundational knowledge and skills necessary to manage and leverage information to support better decision making and innovation within organizations and industries of all kinds.
Digital content, in the form of data and information, impacts nearly every aspect of our personal and professional lives and cuts across all societal sectors. The interdisciplinary Digital Content Management minor draws upon the fields of information and library science, information systems, information technology, human-computer interaction, and domain applications in the natural and social sciences.
This minor is ideal for Drexel graduate students (master’s or doctoral level) from all backgrounds who wish to gain skills in knowledge management to apply to their major area of study or career path.
- Coursework covers the creation, design, operation, stewardship, and governing of digital content, including systems supporting institutional and enterprise information needs
- Students who successfully complete the Graduate Minor have the option to continue broadening their understanding of knowledge management by transitioning into the Master of Science in Information degree program
For more information on how to enroll in the Graduate Minor in Digital Content Management, please contact your academic advisor.
Additional Programs in Digital Content Management and Information
For students who would like to further pursue graduate studies in the information field, CCI offers a Master of Science in Information, with graduate majors in Human-Computer Interaction & User Experience, Digital Content Management and Library & Information Science (ALA accredited).