Informatics/Computer Science

As information technology has become as essential part of various fields of work such as arts, business, education, government, health, and sciences, specialists in informatics are needed everywhere. A BS in informatics not only prepares students to design and build appropriate systems of computer software and information technology (IT), but it also develops their ability to apply technology to solve real complex problems. Besides developing new uses of information technology, graduates in informatics can address the multiple issues surrounding IT design, including the impact of alternative solutions and of implementing those solutions. More broadly, informatics graduates are also effective communicators and team players, skills that make them highly sought-after in both local and global job markets.