Undergraduate Informatics Program

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Solve complex challenges by leveraging data insights and information technology from a user-centered perspective.
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A Human-Centered Approach to Data, Information, and Technology

What is informatics?

Informatics is the study, design, and application of computer and information technology from a user-centered perspective.

In a world where information is one of our most important resources, Informatics students apply human-centered values while leveraging insights from data and information technology to solve problems. Learn to extract meaning from data, design effective information experiences, and evaluate the impacts of new technologies on individuals, organizations, and society with a bachelor's degree in Informatics!

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Learn about admissions procedures and requirements as well as explore funding options available.

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Bachelor's Degree in Informatics

Earn a bachelor of arts (BA) or bachelor of science in Informatics (BSI) and choose from six concentrations.

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Informatics Minor

Complement your major with Informatics coursework exploring the intersection of people, information, and technology.

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Undergraduate Academic Advising

Get advice and information you need to enhance your academic experience. Have questions about program options, double majoring, or admissions? Contact us!

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Informatics Honors Program

The Honors Programs in Informatics provides ambitious and focused students with an opportunity to do independent research in the form of a substantial thesis.

What the New Undergraduate Informatics Program has to Offer Students

Curious about what the new Informatics program has to offer undergraduate students?

iSchool alumna and undergraduate instructor Kristen Oglesbee Ederer discusses what's special about the new Informatics program, her experience as an iSchool student in both the undergraduate and graduate programs, and how iSchool courses transformed her career trajectory.

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