The School of Informatics and Computing has three academic departments: BioHealth Informatics, Human-Centered Computing, and Library and Information Science. Each department offers unique and innovative programs taught by world-class faculty, who are committed to ongoing research in their areas of expertise—and dedicated to preparing you for a successful future. Our programs give you a distinct edge—you gain the latest knowledge directly from accessible experts and through proven and continuously updated real-world curriculum.
The BioHealth Department is made up of Biological and Health Informatics as well as Health Information Management (HIM).
The Department of Human-Centered Computing includes Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), Media Arts and Science (MAS) and the Informatics undergraduate program.
Library and Information Science is managing information access and use to positively affect the lives of people in their communities.