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.
The AIM Program curriculum provides mid-career professionals with skills and expertise that can be used immediately in the workplace. Our curriculum focuses on:
AIM graduate students are full-time professionals and part-time students. AIM is an interdisciplinary degree through the UO Graduate School.
The University of Oregon is regionally accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. In addition to UO's regional accreditation, the State of Oregon is also a member of the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education.
Due to high annual fees associated with maintaining compliance under the federal regulations on distance education, the University of Oregon is not able to accept registrations or applications for online courses or programs from students who reside in some states. For details on the regulations, as well as how to file a consumer complaint, please visit our Distance Education website.
The University of Oregon has an institutional commitment to diversity and multiculturalism and actively supports this goal. This commitment is affirmed in the words of the UO Mission Statement: "We value our diversity and seek to foster equity and inclusion in a welcoming, safe, and respectful community." The AIM Program likewise respects the rights of everyone in our community—students, alumni, faculty, staff, and other partners—and promotes inclusive practices that value diversity, including but not limited to race, ethnicity, national origin and citizenship, gender identity and expression, religious affiliation and background, sexual orientation, gender identity, economic class and status, political affiliation and belief, and ability and disability.
The University of Oregon is working to continually improve the inclusivity of our learning environments. Please notify your instructor or the AIM Director if there are aspects of the instruction or design of an AIM course that result in disability-related barriers to your participation. You are also encouraged to contact the Accessible Education Center in 164 Oregon Hall at 541-346-1155 or firstname.lastname@example.org.