The Informatics program is designed to prepare students for a wide range of endeavors in information fields including information management and technology, research and information services, information security, and information science.
Graduates of the Informatics program will be qualified for jobs in the information and technology industry, business, public service, and other various professions. Possible job titles include security and performance analyst, web developer, information management specialist, network administrator, business analyst, usability engineer, database administrator, and many others.
The program also provides strong preparation for graduate studies. Graduates will qualify to be placed in prestigious graduate schools and pursue a variety of programs, including information and management science, information science, biomedical informatics, information security, information technology, and technical law.
The mission of this program is to provide students with a broadly based and sophisticated understanding of information and its technology, preparing them for careers in the rapidly emerging field defined as "informatics."
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