The UC Berkeley School of Information engages graduate students in scholarly work on the frontiers of information science. Growing from its early roots in library science, the School of Information, or I School, is now the University’s newest professional school. The I School educates graduate students across the disciplines of law, economics, sociology, business, engineering, design, publishing, linguistics, computer science, and information science, and it attracts students interested in the dynamic intersection of these fields.
Faculty and students at the School of Information study the nature of information in relationship to human behavior, delving into the accessibility, usability, security, and quality of information. Graduates of the school are highly recruited by companies such as Adobe, Apple, eBay, Google, Microsoft, and Oracle, as well as top universities and research labs. I School graduates are adept translators of information systems and technology. They are often interested in information as a force for positive change in society and are able to bridge the gap between programmers, policymakers, and managers.
The $4-million Campaign for the School of Information supports:
For more information:
Director of External Relations
School of Information
University of California, Berkeley
102 South Hall # 4600
Berkeley, CA 94720-4600