Advanced Certificate programs are open to individuals who already hold a master's degree (with one exception, see below) or students currently enrolled in a graduate degree program at the School of Information.
Use archival principles and practices to make available documentary materials and historical evidence with long-term value to researchers and the public.
Use conservation and digital curation practices in both physical and digital contexts, including born-digital collections, across GLAM institutions (Galleries, Libraries, Archives, and Museums).
Support research, teaching, and professional development in the area of digital humanities, which applies cutting-edge technology and methods to age-old inquiries into culture, meaning, and value.
Acquire the essential knowledge and skills needed to engage with the museum world as professionals. Offered though the Department of History of Art and Design.
Explore and analyze spatial data, develop technical mapping skills, and learn to apply visual design principles to research output. A Masters degree is not required.
Apply a user-centered perspective to the design and evaluation of interactive technologies.