The Graduate Certificate in Digital Curation provides students with the theoretical knowledge, conceptual frameworks and practical skills required to create, maintain and curate collections of digital information in libraries, archives and records management departments.
Through a combination of required courses and electives chosen to augment and extend the student’s knowledge of digital information management in his/her areas of career interest, students will:
Evaluation in coursework, reflected in grades, assesses the achievement of these outcomes. The capstone course includes an electronic poster integrating academic knowledge with the practical experience of the internship.
Business Information Systems, Digital Media, Informatics & Information Sciences
1 years | Full time
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One elective (3 units) from the following courses
Advanced Digital Collections (3 Units)
Database Development and Management (3 Units)
Health Information in Ethnic-Cultural Communities (3 Units)
Data Standards for the Semantic Web (3 Units)
Data Management in Healthcare Systems (Cross-listed: NURS 634) (3 Units)
Only one is required