Archival science refers to the preservation of materials for a company. Archival Science scholars might learn about the management and preservation of a digital library. Many archivists work in the private sector to catalog a company’s important administrative documents.
Doctor of Philosophy in Archival Science
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The doctoral program in computing and information sciences is designed to produce independent scholars, well-prepared educators, and cutting-edge researchers poised to excel i ... +
As standard, at least three extra years. Foreign language proficiency tests. Research presentation. Publication of peer-reviewed papers. Doctoral thesis.
Through coursework and practical, Ph.D. candidates develop a strong foundation in information science, learning to identify critical problems and rigorously researching their ... +
Our faculty's work defines the field and puts scholars like you at the forefront of the information society. When you join the iSchool, you'll benefit from the nation's leadin ... +
Position yourself for a rewarding and challenging career in research or information-related roles in business, government, education, or nonprofit organizations.
Our Ph.D. in Library and Information Science empowers students to learn and analyze users' information needs — applying various tools and technologies to locate and evaluate i ... +
We aim to cultivate a cooperative, supportive intellectual environment that allows a small group of highly qualified students to excel in their doctoral studies. By admitting ... +
The types of professional activities: research activities in the field of cultural studies and documentary information in the direction (profile) of the program; teaching acti ... +
The Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Library and Information Science is available to librarians who are ABD or have two masters' degrees, one that is ALA accredited Library Sci ... +