Informatics thinks big picture by studying how the world communicates and engages.
The Informatics program at the School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering focuses on innovative, multidisciplinary solutions to solve real-world problems though technology.
Informatics at SICE provides a balance between technological, scientific, and social dimensions involved in the development, study, and application of information technology.
All graduate programs offered by Informatics fall under the STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) classification. For more information about the STEM classification, go to https://www.ed.gov/stem and https://ois.iu.edu/visas/faculty-visas/stem-opt/index.html.
Informatics offers the following degrees:
- Ph.D. in Informatics, Bioinformatics
- Ph.D. in Informatics, Complex Networks and Systems
- Ph.D. in Informatics, Computing, Culture, and Society
- Ph.D. in Informatics, Human Computer Interaction Design
- Ph.D. in Informatics, Intelligent and Interactive Systems
- Ph.D. in Informatics, Proactive Health Informatics
- Ph.D. in Informatics, Security Informatics
- Ph.D. in Informatics, Virtual Heritage
- M.S. in Human Computer Interaction Design
- M.S. in Informatics
Informatics students come from a variety of backgrounds and experiences. Through the highly interdisciplinary nature of the program, our students learn to collaborate and understand each other’s perspectives while working toward developing creative solutions to real-world problems. Our students build relationships and skills that last a lifetime.