The University of South Carolina College of Information and Communications specializes in the real-time convergence of data, information, media and society.
The College of Information and Communications is one of only seven U.S. colleges that combines librarianship, information science, journalism and communications. Through agile academics, visionary research and integrated experiential learning, graduates are prepared to excel in a world increasingly powered by information.
Library and Information Science Masters
Available fully online, the Master of Library and Information Science degree prepares students for entry into positions in libraries and information centers in colleges, schools, communities, industries and businesses.About the Program
Royal Roots: Former Miss Gamecock competes for Miss USA Crown
School of Journalism and Mass Communications graduate and former Miss Gamecock, Meera Bhonslé will compete for the title of Miss USA on Oct. 3.
Breakthrough Star: Taylor Wen
In an era when facts are discounted while highly improbable information is accepted as gospel, Taylor Wen is looking at how our emotions affect the way we process communication. Her work looks particularly at health and risk communication, as well as general advertising.
New staff senate president Rushondra James begins term
Rushondra James never planned on being staff senate president. When she first joined the University of South Carolina staff in 2009, she didn’t even plan on being here long. But a lot can happen in 13 years.
Students learn to find the human experience in business journalism
The Baldwin Business and Financial Journalism Initiative is changing the mold, encouraging students to embrace a form of business journalism that goes beyond the numbers. Just in its fourth year, this program has evolved quickly and led two journalism students, Connor Hart and Emma Dooling, to win multiple awards.