Rutgers SC&I ITI majors who have completed 90 credits may apply to earn an ITI bachelor’s degree and Master of Information (MI) degree in five years of continuous study. If accepted, you will:
ITI students who have completed at least 90 credits may apply. To be considered, you must:
Final admission decisions will be made after the deadline dates. Admission decisions are based on evidence of high-achievement and space is limited.
During your junior year, apply to the MI program through Graduate Admissions.
You must attain a grade of a B or higher in the graduate courses for them to be counted toward the MI degree.
After you receive notification of your admission in your junior year, contact ITI Director Warren Allen to craft your program of study. In the fall and spring semesters of your senior year, you will take two graduate courses per semester in addition to completing your undergraduate requirements. Those courses will be selected based on your goals and MI program requirements. These four courses (12 credits) will count both as undergraduate (ITI electives) and graduate (MI) requirements as long as your grade for those courses is B or better. Upon successful completion of coursework in your senior year, you will graduate from the undergraduate program and transition into the graduate program as an MI student.
In your senior year, pending successful completion of the graduate level courses, you will meet with MI Program Director Lilia Pavlovsky to plan your final year in the graduate program of study. At that point you may be directed to other faculty advisers based on your goals. In this final year, you will be expected to take the appropriate credits for MI program requirements (24 credits total / 8 courses). You can also take graduate courses in the summer and winter sessions, if appropriate.
If you believe you are eligible to apply for the Dual Degree pathway, contact ITI Director Warren Allen. For pathway questions, reach out to MI Program Director Lilia Pavlovsky or advisors in the Office of Student Services who can provide the best advice about completing your undergraduate degree requirements.