Undergraduate Program

Gain the skills you need to thrive in today’s information-savvy workplace and follow your passion for the environment and ecology.

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The interdisciplinary Bachelor of Science in Informatics integrates cutting-edge tools and skills from data analytics, data science, computing, statistical analysis, and modeling with fundamental knowledge from emphasis areas in biology, health, ecology, environmental science, and/ or astronomy. 

Recommended Courses

CS 122/L Programming for Engineering & Science

CS 126/L Computer Science I

CS 136/L Computer Science II

CS200 Computer Organization

CS249 Data Structures

CS 345 Database Systems

CS 386 Software Engineering

CS 480 Operating Systems

EE 222 Intermediate Programming

INF 376 Informatics Research I

INF 386 Informatics Research II

INF 476C Informatics Capstone I

INF 486C Informatics Capstone II

MAT 136 Calculus I

MAT 137 Calculus II

MAT 226 Discrete Mathematics

STA 275 Statistical Analysis

STA 371 Intermediate Statistics

ENG 302W Technical Writing

BIO 181/L Unity of Life I

BIO 182/L Univity of Life II

BIO 226 Ecology

INF 205 Intro to Ecoinformatics

INF422/522 Ecoinformatics tools and data

INF 421/521 Mechanistic Ecological & Environmental Modeling

INF 414/514 Disease Ecology

INF 423/523 Informatics for Community Food, Energy and Water Systems

Bio 205 microbiology

Bio 369 Environmental microbiology

BIO 441 Conservation Biology

BIO 479 Ecosystems and Climate Change

CHM 151 General Chemistry I

CHM 152 General Chemistry II

CHM 235 Organic Chemistry I

CHM 238 Organic Chemistry II

CHM 360 Fundamental Biochemistry

PHY 111 General Physics I

PHY 112 General Physics II

GSP 320 Introduction to remote sensing

GSP 433 Spatial Analysis & GIS Applications

GSP 435 Programming with GIS

CS499 Machine learning

ENV 115 climate change

ENV 230 Foundations Of Environmental Science

ENV 360 Physical And Chemical Processes In The Atmosphere And Hydrosphere

ENV 377 humans and the hydrosphere