May 012013
 

Knowledge Management educationAs the college school year comes to an end, a vast number of undergraduates are either looking to start their career, or looking to continue their education.

If your graduate is looking to embark on the continued educational journey, I would suggest they consider a Master of Science degree in Knowledge Management.

You may not know that Knowledge Management continues to be a growing discipline in which organizations are seeking qualified individuals. A Master of Science concentration in Knowledge Management offers students an opportunity to enter the Knowledge Economy and become an important asset to organizations working to get the right knowledge to the right people at the right time.

When considering a Masters in Knowledge Management, each student should consider a university program that presents a holistic approach to the principles, practices, policies, and technology that are being deployed today at organizations in the field of Knowledge Management.

A Master of Science concentration in Knowledge Management will provide the successful student with the ability to assist organizations in making better decisions, understand where knowledge exist and uncover knowledge gaps that will lead to better performance and communication between workers.

Here are some universities offer Masters in Knowledge Management:

Knowledge Systems Institute
George Mason University
George Washington University
Kent State

Here are some additional MS in KM programs:

Notre Dame of Maryland
Columbia University
Drexel University
Northwestern University
California InterContinental University
Jones International University

More University MS in KM Programs:

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

If you know of others please let me know and I will add them to this blog post!

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