Drive the Digital Revolution.
At the University of Arizona's newest college, the iSchool, you'll gain the skills you need to thrive in tomorrow's information-savvy workforce, whether you're on campus or online.
"Enrolling in a social media course offered by Professor Diana Daly, I instantly fell in love with the informational sciences and found my home at the iSchool!"
Jacquie Kuru, BS in Information Science '23, MS in Data Science '25
- Bachelor of Arts in Games & Behavior
- Bachelor of Science in Game Design & Development
- Bachelor of Science in Information Science
- Bachelor of Arts in Information Science & Arts
- Bachelor of Arts in Information Science & eSociety
- MInors: eSports, Game Design & Development and Others
- Master of Science in Data Science
- Master of Science in Information Science
- Master of Arts in Library & Information Science
- PhD in Information
- Certificates: Archival Studies, Digital Curation and Others
LATEST NEWS, ANNOUNCEMENTS & PROFILES
Finding Community—Online and On Campus: 9 Questions with Jacquie Kuru, BSIS '23, MSDS '25
Jacquie Kuru, who joined the iSchool's MS in Data Science program after graduating from the BS in Information Science in 2023, is originally from Gilbert, Arizona. She came to UArizona to study medicine, but found her passion for information science after taking an iSchool social media course.
T-rex in the Classroom: 9 Questions with Meaghan Wetherell, Assistant Professor of Practice
Dr. Meaghan Wetherell, who joined the iSchool in 2020, teaches undergraduate and master's online courses in data visualization and analysis, science information and presentation, and STEM games. Based in central Washington, she is also an award-winning paleontologist and freelance science writer.
Lecture Video and Recap: Alexander Soto on 'Archives? Data? It’s All the Same! How Indigenous Librarianship Sets the Foundation for Indigenous Data Sovereignty'
Alexander Soto, director of the Labriola National American Indian Data Center, Arizona State University Library, presented 'Archives? Data? It’s All the Same! How Indigenous Librarianship Sets the Foundation for Indigenous Data Sovereignty'