Program Contact: Janna Korzenko
Program Contact Phone: (330) 672.5840
Program Department: Information Architect and Knowledge Management
P.O. Box 5190
Kent, OH 44242-0001
Degree Level or Certificate Type: Master of Science Degree
Knowledge management is a discipline that takes a comprehensive, systematic approach to the information assets of an organization by identifying, capturing, collecting, organizing, indexing, storing, integrating, retrieving and sharing them. Such assets include intellectual capital, employee expertise, business and competitive intelligence, and organizational memory. It strives to make the collective knowledge, information and experiences of the organization available to individual employees or organizational groups for their use and to motivate them to contribute their knowledge to the collective assets. It seeks to create or identify communities of practice or interest, especially to identify lesson learned and best practices.
The Master of Science in Knowledge Management requires 42 - 45 credit hours:
Delivered by: World Wide Web
You can find all application materials on the application page.
Percent of program offered at a distance: 100%
Face-to-Face Learning Requirements: None