Making Technology Simple
Informatics focuses on the study of the social impact of technology and the development of new uses for technology. It emphasizes the application of new technologies within the context of another discipline.
A degree in informatics provides students with expertise to evaluate information, organize it efficiently, index it for retrieval, and preserve it for history. Students gain an understanding of information behavior, learn effective procedures for implementation and assessment of information systems, and develop strategies for enhancing user satisfaction in the information-seeking process.
Bachelor of Science in Informatics
A degree in informatics enables students to seek positions where data, systems and people come together, or pursue graduate degree programs in related fields. View the degree plan for the Bachelor of Science in Informatics.
Associate of Science in Informatics
The associate degree in informatics enables students to seek positions where data, systems and people come together. You can also transfer with junior standing to some Bachelor of Science degree programs in informatics. View the degree plan for the Associate of Science in Informatics.