UA Little Rock Online Master of Science in Information Quality Ranked 15th by US News & World Report

Little Rock, AR, February 2, 2019— The University of Arkansas at Little Rock (UA Little Rock) Master of Science in Information Quality (MSIQ) has been ranked among the 15 Best Online Master’s in Information Technology Degrees by US News & World Report. Last year, the program was ranked 27th in the nation.

According to Dr. John R. Talburt, Coordinator for the Information Quality Graduate Program, “We believe our ranking continues to rise because of the diligent effort of our faculty and staff to make our student’s online experience as engaging and meaningful as an in-classroom experience. We have been learning about, and experimenting with, different modes of online delivery since 2007, the second year of the program.” Most recently the university has added the Information Quality and Information Science Tracks of the Computer and Information Sciences PhD program to its online offerings.

Established in 2006 by the UA Little Rock Donaghey College of Engineering and Information Technology (EIT) in collaboration with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Chief Data Officer and Information Quality (MIT CDOIQ), the UALR Information Quality Graduate Program is dedicated to promoting state of the art curriculum in information quality education, contributing new ideas to the information quality knowledge base, and establishing information quality partnerships with the community, government, and industry. In 2016, the university also established the Institute for Chief Data Officers (iCDO) dedicate to research and training related to the emerging role of the Chief Data Officer.

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