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  • A technical understanding of how computing systems and programs operate
  • Ability to adapt/assess and apply new trends in IT
  • Well-developed problem-solving skills
  • Ability to work in teams, such as those formed in courses like I450
  • Well-developed communications skills to clearly convey solutions and observations to others
  • An understanding of social and ethical principals as they relate to IT issues
Frequently Asked Questions
*What is informatics?
*What degrees are offered?
*What is a cognate, and how does it relate to my future career?
*Informatics / computer science / management information science: are they all the same?
*Why do IT students choose Informatics?
*What makes Informatics different from other technology schools?
*I'm in high school. What courses should I be taking?
*I'm an IUSB freshman. What courses should I be taking?
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*What skills will I develop with the B.S. in Informatics?
*What are some of the things Informatics graduates do?
*Are Informatics graduates finding jobs?
*What kinds of salaries are Informatics graduates commanding?
*What makes an Informatics graduate distinctive?
*Why do employers choose Informatics grads?
*What is the research focus of Informatics faculty?
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Phone: (574) 520-IUSB or (574) 520-4872
 
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