Have a passion for computing that makes a difference?
Look no further than a degree in Informatics. You’ll integrate principles of computer science, information systems and design, psychology and sociology in a curriculum tailor-made for the next generation of computing professionals.
Informatics is smart computing going beyond hardware and software. Informatics thinks big picture, building strong technical skills as well as understanding how we use technology to communicate, work, heal and play and solve problems that are facing society and industry. It is a way to make a difference in the lives of others, so the focus of the program is on the social impact of computing – how people and technology connect. As a student in the Undergraduate Informatics program, you will use your knowledge to develop ground-breaking IT solutions with real-world value in business, health care, science, art and entertainment.
You will further customize your degree by selecting an area of specialization, where you will apply informatics in another discipline, such as biology, business, computer science, health science, human-computer interaction, law or new media.
The Undergraduate Informatics program will help you prepare for an in-demand career that will take you wherever you want to go.