Use technology to tackle real-world issues

Information technology plays an ever-increasing role in our connected world. As an informatics student, you won’t just study technology—you’ll learn how to make significant changes in the areas that interest you most, like business, human-centered computing, security, or fine arts. You’ll create new uses for technology and new ways for people to interact with it.

Whether you want to work with electronic health records, model and visualize customer data, or create the next great smartphone app, our degree programs will help jump-start your career.

What does it cost to get your degree from the Department of Informatics?

Curious about what you will pay to get an informatics degree? Find out about tuition and fees in Luddy.

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Learn more about our Informatics graduate programs

If you’re interested in learning more about our Informatics graduate programs, consider attending one of our prospective graduate student events. We host online and on-campus events to give you the information you need about the admission process and available academic tracks.

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