Maybe you've been helping your family and friends solve their technology issues since you were a kid. Maybe you love the idea of using technology to problem-solve, think critically, innovate, and communicate. If you're interested in the study and application of information technology to a particular area or discipline of study, perhaps the Bachelor of Science in Informatics from Indiana University Kokomo is the right place for you.
Informatics also considers the use of information and technology in organizations and society at large. Information technology (IT) is rapidly changing the world, creating new challenges and opportunities every day. Informatics equips you to study IT, consider its social impact, and find ways to use technology to solve problems. The informatics program's aim is to produce qualified IT professionals who understand the ways people work with and use information, and who can develop solutions that are effective and easy-to-use. An informatics degree will prepare you to work in one of the fastest-growing career fields!
In the informatics program at IU Kokomo, you'll work in small, intimate classroom settings that provide personalized instruction. In addition to learning about information technology and its applications, students will choose a cognate as an area of specialization. This multi-disciplinary curriculum will prepare you for the challenges of an IT career in the 21st century.
Informatics is the study and application of computing and information technology to a particular area or discipline of study. The Informatics program's aim is to produce qualified IT professionals who understand the ways people work with and use information, and who can develop solutions that are effective and easy-to-use. Informatics emphasizes problem solving, innovation, communication, and teamwork along with technical skills and knowledge.
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