M.S. in Informatics

Plan for the future with your M.S. in Informatics

Whether you’re considering earning a Ph.D. or just want to advance your knowledge beyond your bachelor’s degree, our two-year Master of Science in Informatics program will help you discover your path.

You’ll learn to integrate your technical skills and computer science methods with an array of disciplines such as health informatics, intelligent and interactive systems, and security informatics. You’ll touch on technological, social, and scientific impacts of information technology.

If you decide to pursue your Ph.D. in Informatics after completing your master’s degree, you may be able to transfer up to 30 credits of graduate work to your Ph.D. degree.

Our fall 2018 master’s cohort

Our fall 2018 class includes 46 admitted students in the M.S. in Human-Computer Interaction Design and the M.S. in Informatics programs. The cohort comprises:

  • 67 percent female and 33 percent male students
  • 63 percent international and 37 percent domestic students
  • 76 percent Asian students, 18 percent white students, 2 percent American Indian/Alaska Native students, and 4 percent who did not specify

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