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Undergraduate Programs

Undergraduate Minor in Information Studies and Technology

Information is everywhere. We’re constantly surrounded by it, but rarely stop to think how it’s produced, accessed, retrieved, and interpreted. That’s where information sciences (IS) comes in — connecting people, data, and technology. IS professionals work in public and private sectors to effectively manage, navigate, analyze, and turn information into action. Organizations produce enormous amounts of data, and individuals with an IS skillset are in high demand to analyze this data and advise about the future. From corporate data analysis to app interface design, a Bachelor of Science in Information Sciences can prepare you for an enriching IS career in a variety of settings and positions.

Gain Competitive Advantage in the Job Market

Distinguish yourself and add professional polish to your major. Refine your professional skills to complement your undergraduate degree, and become an Information Sciences leader in your field!

Growing Demand for Information Experts

There is a global need for trained and skilled professionals from all disciplines who can turn information into actionable knowledge. Information-related careers expect around a 20% job growth rate in the next decade, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics!

All Undergraduate Majors are Welcome

Nearly every field and employer needs information professionals to manage their data. 

Personalize Your Information Sciences Undergraduate Experience

After completing three required courses, you choose from more than a dozen IS&T courses to create a minor experience unique to your interests. Choose classes covering topics such as user experience, web technologies, internet and society, organizational information management, and more!

Award-Winning Faculty

Our faculty continues to achieve national and international recognition as pioneers and leaders within the information sciences and technology landscape. 

Online Options

Receive the same great educational experience whether you choose online or on-campus classes in the fall, or online classes in the spring and summer.

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