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’ll gain the latest knowledge directly from accessible experts and through proven and continuously updated real-world curriculum.
The BioHealth Informatics Department offers programs in Bioinformatics 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 Informatics.
Library and Information Science is managing information access and use to positively affect the lives of people in their communities.