Diane Ranaldi, MEd
Dean of Graduate Admissions
What do all organizations have in common? The business of information, technology, and communication. They’re assets that are just as important as products and services. And more and more these areas aren’t just meshing together—they’re functions that can be seen as their own single unit. You need a person with a unique perspective to manage this integration. You need a graduate with a MS in Communications and Information Management from Bay Path University.
This degree expands analytical thinking and creativity, and provides the tools for applying that knowledge to a variety of contexts, including applications in information technology, information management, interfaces with human users, support software, communications, business, health care, financial institutions, education, and the design of information for a variety of users and contexts. The curriculum emphasizes problem
solving, decision making, management skills, and project management rooted in communication and information theory and strategies.