Statistical Data on Enrolment and Completion Rates
The Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies gathers and provides information on all graduate level degree programs at the University. In addition to general program and tuition information the following links provide information on enrolment data and program completion rates.
- Master of Library and Information Studies
- Master of Archival Studies
- DUAL Master of Archival Studies/Master of Library and Information Studies
Recent Employment Data from our Graduates
Source: iSchool Alumni Surveys
Table 1: Alumni survey respondents currently employed and working in a field related to their SLAIS degree, by program.
|Survey Date||Graduation Date||MLIS||MAS||Dual (MAS/MLIS)|
|2010||2008/9||97% (N=37)||100% (N=6)||80% (N=10)|
|2011||2009/10||88% (N=48)||67% (N=6)||100% (N=9)|
|2011||2006||96% (N=28)||75% (N=4)||100% (N=1)|
|2014||2011/12||89% (N=36)||100% (N=11)||82% (N=11)|
|2014||2012/13||90% (N=39)||100% (N=2)||67% (N=3)|
|2015||2014/2015||84% (N=86)||79% (N=15)||94% (N=16)|
|2016||2015/2016||87% (N=31)||83% (N=6)||100% (N=5)|
|2017||2016/2017||96% (N=24)||60% (N=3)||100% (N=3)|
Learning Outcomes Assessment
The iSchool professional programs (MLIS, MAS and Dual MAS/MLIS) are subject to ongoing evaluation through a learning outcomes assessment program.
Master of Library and Information Studies (MLIS)
The MLIS program is delivered through a curriculum of required and elective courses, a range of experiential learning opportunities, including co-operative education, practica and capstone experiences, and school-wide extra-curricular activities such as speaker series, research day, and student chapters of professional organizations. This educational experience is designed for students to achieve proficiency in the skills and knowledge required of information professionals. These program objectives are expressed in the iSchool Graduate Competencies.
The MLIS learning outcomes assessment program uses direct and indirect measures of student achievement to assess outcomes for each of the graduate competencies. Measures are drawn from a range of data sources, including course assignments, surveys of students and alumni, and reports from employers or supervisors of experiential learning placements.
The results of the assessment program are publicly reported in our Annual Assessment Reports.