Shape the Future of Information and Technology with a Bachelor's Degree in Informatics!
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!
What is Informatics?
The field of Informatics explores the intersection of people, information, and technology. It’s the study, design, and application of computer and information technology from a user-centered perspective.
Why Study Informatics?
Bachelor's Degree Program
Choose from six Informatics major concentrations:
- Human-Centered Data Science
- User Experience (UX) Design
- Social Justice Informatics
- Health Informatics
- Cultural Heritage Informatics
- Social Informatics
Information and technology systems are all around us. Informatics majors learn to use data, information, and technology to solve problems and make the world a better and fairer place. Students develop real-world skills that are in high demand across almost every industry, opening the door to a world of career opportunities in fields like high-tech, education, government, business, and law.
- Informatics is a degree program for real world impact.
- Learn in-demand skills for the jobs of today and the jobs of the future.
In our interdisciplinary undergraduate Informatics degree program, students will learn from world-class instructors who are experts in the field, be a part of an active and growing Informatics community on campus, and develop a versatile set of skills that are highly desirable in a variety of jobs.