Do you speak technology?
Industry and government need someone like you—someone who can serve as a translator between people and the tech they use every day to do their jobs.
At the Department of Informatics in Indiana University’s Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering, you’ll build a strong foundation of technical, organizational, and communications skills. And you’ll use these skills to facilitate the intersections between technology and human, economic, political, or social activities.
Since its beginning as the School of Informatics in 2000, the department has graduated more than 3,000 students who know how to harness the power of computing to change the world. Tomorrow, you could be one of them.