Wayne State University

Student Learning Outcomes - IM

Students who successfully complete the Graduate Certificate in Information Management at the Wayne State University School of Library and Information Science will be able to:

  1. Utilize and assess technologies for the creation, production, manipulation, modeling, mining, analysis, control, distribution, access, and use of information.
  2. Leverage databases and large datasets to uncover and present insights that drive decision-making.
  3. Collaborate with organizations to present their products and services to their users and customers in the most accessible and useful manner.
  4. Apply usability principles and methods in assessing and designing information services and products for better user experiences.
  5. Analyze how information policies affect information creation, production, control, protection, distribution, access, use and evaluation in different socio-technical contexts.
  6. Develop independent learning skills and appreciate the need for lifelong learning of information technologies.