Founded by Dr. Shi-Kuo Chang in 1978, the Knowledge Systems Institute (KSI) has emphasized professional education and research within the fields of business and engineering. Over time, the school has developed into a leading institution of higher education due to its work with computer and information sciences. KSI is known throughout the world for conducting the yearly International Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering, the Distributed Multimedia Systems Workshop and editing the International Journal of Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering.
Students living in student housing or an off campus apartment may pursue as Master of Science degree in various concentrations such as Information Security, Management Information Systems, Knowledge Management, Health Informatics, Computer Networks, Software Engineering, CIS and Computer-based Education. KSI allows students to earn these degrees in the Skokie campus or online - providing the flexibility to maintain career goals while completing a graduate degree. A KSI education blends theoretical knowledge with practical applications through intensive research projects. Students also receive assistance and counseling from faculty advisors.
Student living and university living at KSI provide students with resources like advanced classrooms and computer labs with state-of-the-art hardware. The school's location just north of Chicago also allows students with direct access to the city's various cultural, educational, recreational and commercial landmarks like Willis Tower, the Loop, Navy Pier, Wrigley Field, Grant Park and the Field Museum.
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