When you’re ready to take your education to the next level, the IU School of Informatics and Computing at IUPUI is ready for you.
This is a school where new discoveries and disciplines are constantly emerging. Our graduate students utilize developing technology and resources, collaborating with faculty members on research that tests the limits of data and design.
89%employed at graduation
$71,000average starting salary
The IUPUI campus offers access to nascent technologies essential for top-quality research in an ever-evolving field. Our Advanced Visualization Lab, as well as the green screen room, Media Arts Research and Learning Arcade, and other facilities, give you the tools to do research that makes a difference.
At the School of Informatics and Computing you’ll join a community of fellow student visionaries. Your future classmates come from all over the world and across disciplines to advance informatics research and build life-long careers.
Our graduate students work with research projects and resources unavailable elsewhere. This is a school where new discoveries and disciplines are constantly emerging. Resources such as our Industry Lecture Series offer students unprecedented access to professionals working with Human-Computer Interaction, the Internet of Things, and more.
The IU School of Medicine, the Regenstrief Institute, the IU Simon Cancer Center, and many other health care schools, programs, and centers make IUPUI a leader in cross-disciplinary research. And Indianapolis is home to five major technology-ready networks of hospitals and physician practices and the largest health information exchange in the United States.
The IUPUI campus, with over 30,000 students, is located adjacent to downtown Indianapolis, which is the 14th largest city in the United States, and the capital of the state of Indiana.
The School of Informatics and Computing offers graduate assistantships to most full-time, qualified students pursuing a master’s degree. In accepting the school’s offer for financial support, graduate assistants become employees of Indiana University and commit to 5-10 hours of work per week under the direction of a designated faculty member.
In addition, most students have the opportunity for scholarships and hourly research assistantships.