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There are numerous opportunities for Informatics graduates within our region as well as nationally. Job titles our students hold include:

  • Business Analyst
  • Systems Analyst
  • IT Specialist/MIS Technician
  • Network Application Specialist
  • Programmer
  • Webmaster/Graphic Designer
  • Consultant
  • IT Trainer

Top ways Informatics students found a job in 2006-2007

  1. Informatics IT Career Fairs
  2. eCampus Recrutier Job Posting
  3. Networking
  4. Previous Internship with Company
  5. Apply on company website
  6. Internet Job Boards
  7. Faculty Referrals

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?
*What will I learn with an undergraduate Informatics degree?
*What skills will I develop with the B.S. in Informatics?
*What are some of the things Informatics graduates do?
*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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