The North Carolina Central University Master of Information Science program will train you to understand and analyze the role of information systems in solving organizational problems and achieving organizational goals. The focus of the program is on designing information systems to help people and organizations function more effectively. The MIS degree will qualify you to pursue a number of careers.

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The NCCU MIS program is based on the MSIS model curriculum recommended by the Association for Computing Machinery and the Association for Information Systems. NCCU’s School of Library and Information Sciences is accredited by the American Library Association

  • Systems Analyst
  • Software Support Analyst
  • Technical Support Analyst
  • Policy Analyst
  • Database Administrator
  • Data Manager
  • Information Network Technician
  • Development Tester
  • Software Engineer
  • Programmer/Analyst
  • Workforce Planner/Engineer
  • Research Assistant
  • Director of Instructional Services
  • Taxonomist/Information Architect
  • Integrated Library System Administrator

Estimated Tuition and Fees Per Credit Hour

*Please note: Tuition & Fees are subject to change*

Minimum GPA: 3.0
Bachelor’s Degree
Reading Comprehension in a Foreign Language

School of Library and Information Sciences Admissions

Application Deadline:

  • Fall – July 1st
  • Spring – November 1st
  • Summer – April 1st 

Admissions Specialist: Ms. Sherie Royster

Telephone #: (919) 530-5184


Dr. Siobahn Day Grady, Program Director


Telephone: 919-530-7585

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Dr. Erezi Ogbo, Director SLIS, Online Learning Programs


Phone: (919) 530-7585

Program Summary