UO Home | Dept Index
Applied Information Management
Master's Degree Program
Menu
Kara McFall at the UO

AIM's next Speaker Series event is in Portland on February 2, 2016!

Join us for
The Project Manager’s Worst-Case Scenario! 

About the AIM Program

Information management is everyone's business in an organization. It affects how well you communicate with clients, how secure data is, and whether your organization meets its goals. If you manage people, technologies, products, or services, you can benefit from the AIM program.

Earn your Master's Degree online. AIM graduate students are full-time professionals and part-time students. AIM is an interdisciplinary degree through the UO Graduate School.

If you manage people, technologies, products, or services, you can benefit from the AIM program.

AIM's Four Main Curriculum Components

100% online Unlike traditional information technology programs, AIM takes an applied multidisciplinary approach.

100% Online master's degree program.
You manage information; AIM helps you master it.

Learn how to apply now!

Application Requirements

Deadline

Application materials for Summer term 2016 are due April 1, 2016.

Important Links

The Applied Information Management Program benefits from tax deductible donations from alumni and friends.

Kara McFall at the UO

AIM's next Speaker Series event is in Portland on February 2, 2016!

Join us for
The Project Manager’s Worst-Case Scenario! 

About the AIM Program

Information management is everyone's business in an organization. It affects how well you communicate with clients, how secure data is, and whether your organization meets its goals. If you manage people, technologies, products, or services, you can benefit from the AIM program.

Earn your Master's Degree online. AIM graduate students are full-time professionals and part-time students. AIM is an interdisciplinary degree through the UO Graduate School.

If you manage people, technologies, products, or services, you can benefit from the AIM program.

100% Online master's degree program.
You manage information; AIM helps you master it.

Learn how to apply now!

Application Requirements

  • Regionally accredited bachelor's degree.
  • Current employment in a position related to one of AIM's four main curriculum components.
  • Minimum of five years work experience involved in the structuring, processing, and delivery of information.
  • International applicants have additional requirements.

Deadline

Application materials for Summer term 2016 are due April 1, 2016.

The Applied Information Management Program benefits from tax deductible donations from alumni and friends.

Important Links

AIM's Four Main Curriculum Components

100% online Unlike traditional information technology programs, AIM takes an applied multidisciplinary approach.

Important Links

About the AIM Program

Information management is everyone's business in an organization. It affects how well you communicate with clients, how secure data is, and whether your organization meets its goals. If you manage people, technologies, products, or services, you can benefit from the AIM program.

Earn your Master's Degree online. AIM graduate students are full-time professionals and part-time students. AIM is an interdisciplinary degree through the UO Graduate School.

The Applied Information Management Program benefits from tax deductible donations from alumni and friends.

Kara McFall at the UO

AIM's next Speaker Series event is in Portland on February 2, 2016!

Join us for
The Project Manager’s Worst-Case Scenario! 

If you manage people, technologies, products, or services, you can benefit from the AIM program.

AIM's Four Main Curriculum Components

100% online Unlike traditional information technology programs, AIM takes an applied multidisciplinary approach.

100% Online master's degree program.
You manage information; AIM helps you master it.

Learn how to apply now!

Application Requirements

  • Regionally accredited bachelor's degree.
  • Current employment in a position related to one of AIM's four main curriculum components.
  • Minimum of five years work experience involved in the structuring, processing, and delivery of information.
  • International applicants have additional requirements.

Deadline

Application materials for Summer term 2016 are due April 1, 2016.

AIM's Four Main Curriculum Components

100% online Unlike traditional information technology programs, AIM takes an applied multidisciplinary approach.

If you manage people, technologies, products, or services, you can benefit from the AIM program.
Kara McFall at the UO

AIM's next Speaker Series event is in Portland on February 2, 2016!

Join us for
The Project Manager’s Worst-Case Scenario! 

100% Online master's degree program.
You manage information; AIM helps you master it.

Learn how to apply now!

Application Requirements

  • Regionally accredited bachelor's degree.
  • Current employment in a position related to one of AIM's four main curriculum components.
  • Minimum of five years work experience involved in the structuring, processing, and delivery of information.
  • International applicants have additional requirements.

Deadline

Application materials for Summer term 2016 are due April 1, 2016.

Important Links

About the AIM Program

Information management is everyone's business in an organization. It affects how well you communicate with clients, how secure data is, and whether your organization meets its goals. If you manage people, technologies, products, or services, you can benefit from the AIM program.

Earn your Master's Degree online. AIM graduate students are full-time professionals and part-time students. AIM is an interdisciplinary degree through the UO Graduate School.

The Applied Information Management Program benefits from tax deductible donations from alumni and friends.