University of Maryland College of Information Studies

University Of Maryland College Of Information Studies

Coordinates: 38°59′17.4″N 76°56′29.4″W / 38.988167°N 76.941500°W / 38.988167; -76.941500

College of Information Studies
Established 1965
Type Public
Dean Dr. Jennifer J. Preece
Students 350 approximately
Location College Park, Maryland, USA
Campus Suburban
Nickname Maryland's iSchool, CLIS

The College of Information Studies (Maryland's iSchool) is a graduate school located at the University of Maryland, College Park in Maryland, United States. The College offers graduate study leading to the Master of Library Science (MLS), the Master of Information Management (MIM), the Master of Science in Human Computer Interaction (HCIM), and the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Information Studies.

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