Information management

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 Study postgraduate Information Management at UniSA.

Records managers, archivists, librarians, and business information management professionals should be able to reinvent their careers and remain in touch with the latest digital approaches.

Collecting and managing information is increasingly vital in all areas of modern life: from small businesses and multinational organisations, to schools, universities, libraries and museums.  With new trends and IT developments, the need for a new type of information manager has emerged.  To ensure our graduates have the skills to perform in their chosen field the University of South Australia's library program is 'practitioner' based.

Many of the courses within these exciting programs are conducted by industry based lecturers who bring real-world experiences to your studies, at the same time using some of the latest technologies provided by the industry partners.

The University of South Australia is now offering flexible postgraduate programs in information management, including a: 

Key Features

  • Join the only program of its kind in South Australia.
  • Specialise in advanced skills required for librarians and information management officers or specialise in archiving and information preservation.
  • Benefit from experiential learning through a practical fieldwork project and four week placement.
  • Online study options available. (Domestic students only) 

Entry requirements

  • If you don't meet the entry requirements of a completed undergraduate degree but have five years or more of relevant experience in a particular field, you can apply to commence at the Graduate Certificate and upon successful completion, you can then apply for entry into the Graduate Diploma.

Professional recognition

Library and Information Management Stream

Professional accreditation

This program is professionally accredited by Records and Information Management Professionals Australasia.

Professional recognition

This program is recognised by the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA). Students must fulfil a fieldwork placement in the library and information sector for a period of four weeks or equivalent.

Archives and Records Management Stream

Professional accreditation

This program is professionally accredited by Records and Information Management Professionals Australasia.

This program is professionally accredited by the Australian Society of Archivists.

Taish Shaw - Master of Information Management (Library and Information Management)

 

Career opportunities

Depending on the specialisation, you may find employment in positions such as:

  • librarian 
  • records manager 
  • preservation manager 
  • archivist 
  • information management officer

Related disciplines

  • Information Technology
  • Engineering