With our Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Informatics, you will gain the capacity to understand, create, and use technologies to help shape a more inclusive and diverse future.
If you’re passionate about the human side of technology, how technological information systems impact individuals and societies, and how technology can improve people’s lives, pursuing a bachelor’s degree in informatics is a great way to gain the critical technical skills you need to make a positive impact in a variety of high-demand informatics careers.
Luddy’s informatics program is designed to give students hands-on experience in their preferred area of interest. Through degree specializations and real-world project opportunities, informatics majors learn how to apply computer skills and theoretical knowledge to solve problems, preparing them for informatics careers in sectors such as medicine, business, politics, and more.