As our lives become more integrated with emerging technology, we seek new ways to manage the digital world—and not let it manage us.
Informatics is the study of smart computing that focuses on how people and information systems connect. If this is your passion, learn how to utilize technology to make a difference by earning a degree in Informatics from the IU School of Informatics and Computing at IUPUI.
Our graduates turn data into solutions, developing groundbreaking advances in business, health care, science, art, and entertainment. Integrating business, technology and experience, we’ve customized our curriculum for the next generation of computing professionals.
The undergraduate Informatics program is flexible. No matter your level of experience, you can learn the skills to design, implement, and evaluate the information technology tools of tomorrow. Graduates can work in fields ranging from behavioral science and health care to communications and industry.
Scholarships are available for academically talented, economically disadvantaged, and underrepresented minority students.
In the world of information and technology, it’s the bridge to all things useful. Harnessing the power and possibility of technology, informatics turns data and information into knowledge that people can use every day.
You’ll customize your informatics degree with a specialization, applying what you’ve learned to another discipline that aligns with your career plans. You may select any minor or certificate through IUPUI to best customize your degree to your career interests. The most popular specializations include:
The culmination of your education, your senior-year capstone project focuses on using the tools and techniques you’ve mastered to become a computing and technology professional. Your capstone may take the form of a thesis, a research project, a for-credit internship, or an applied learning project to develop an information system.
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Specifically for informatics majors, the Leading Informatics for Tomorrow (LiFT) Scholars program is funded by the National Science Foundation. When combined with other student and federal aid, it allows recipients to complete their degrees with limited or no educational debt.
Technology is integral to our lives, opening a stunning number of career opportunities in informatics. Graduates work in:
Before you graduate, you’ll work with our Career Services Office to learn how to search for jobs, assemble a portfolio of your work, pursue internship opportunities, and connect with employers.