Master of Information Studies (MISt)

"Introduction to Museology" Class Mini-Exhibition Open House

5Apr201609:30
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Join us at the McGill School of Information Studies for the 6th edition of an exhibition of final student projects for the Master of Information Studies (MISt) program’s GLIS 639: Introduction to...

"User-Centered Design" Class Final Project Open House - all welcome!

7Dec201513:00
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Join us at the McGill School of Information Studies for coffee, cookies, and fantastic design projects!/sisCategory: School of Information Studies

Master of Information Studies (MISt) Virtual Open House

17Nov201512:00
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Interested in the Master of Information Studies (MISt) program at the McGill School of Information Studies?/sisCategory: School of Information Studies

MISt Research Information Session For MISt I Students

11Sep201512:00
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Important information session for all current MISt I students interested in pursuing research in the MISt program. All students interested in research in the MISt are strongly advised to attend....

Practicum Information Session for 2nd-year MISt

16Sep201510:30
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The Practicum information session for second-year MISt students will be held on Wednesday September 16, 2015 between 10:30pm and 12:00pm....

Courses

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Master of Information Studies (MISt) Virtual Open House

22Oct201412:00
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Interested in the Master of Information Studies (MISt) program at the McGill School of Information Studies?...

Open houses, info sessions, & enquiries

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Areas of interest

In the Master of Information Studies (MISt) degrees at SIS, an area of interest corresponds to a particular set of courses in which students gain specific skills and knowledge in areas relevant to...

External electives policy

Master of Information Studies students may be granted permission to take up to 12 credits (4 courses) of elective courses offered outside of the School, either at McGill or at other universities;...

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