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KM.gov’s KM Degrees and Certificate Programs List

On the Federal Knowledge Management Working Group‘s wiki site ‘KM Degrees and Certificate Programs’ (Wayback Machine) you will find a list with links to organizations offering such educational and training opportunities in Knowledge Management. The list was compiled by Giora Hadar. (last checked: 2/12)

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Tags: Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM)*, Aston University, Australian Computer Society*, California State University Northridge*, Canada School of Public Service*, Canadian School of Management (CSM)*, Columbia University, Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers (CNAM)*, Copenhagen Business School (CBS)*, Cranfield University, Curtin University of Technology*, Dominican University, eKnowledgeCenter (eKC), Federal Knowledge Management Working Group (KMWG), George Mason University, George Washington University (GWU), Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU), Kent State University, KM certification, KM degrees, Knowledge Management Certification Board (KMCB), Knowledge Management Consortium International (KMCI)*, Knowledge Management Institute (KM Institute), Knowledge Management Professional Society (KMPro), Lancaster University, London Metropolitan University (London Met)*, Loughborough University (Lough), Multimedia University (MMU), Murdoch University*, Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Northeastern University, Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Robert Gordon University (RGU), Royal Roads University*, Swinburne University of Technology, University of Canberra (UC), University of Melbourne*, University of North London*, University of Oklahoma (OU)*, University of Technology Sydney (UTS), University of Toronto, University of Warwick

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