MLISc. - Curriculum

Semester 1

  • Information, knowledge and communication
  • Information processing and retrieval (Theory)
  • Information processing and retrieval (Practice)
  • Research methodology and statistical techniques

Semester 2

  • Information systems and products
  • Information technology applications (Theory)
  • Information technology applications (Practical)
  • Dissertation and viva-voce

The course requires students to maintain a practical record of “Information technology applications”. The course also includes modules on database management, library application packages, web design and digital library software.