Undergraduate Program (old)

The Bachelor of Science in Informatics prepares students to work in exciting interdisciplinary applications areas, combining expertise in computing and data analysis, consisting of computer science, programming, software engineering, statistics, and mathematics expertise, with in-depth study in a natural science emphasis area, including biology, ecology, or astronomy.

Graduates with this degree are qualified to work in a variety of industry, government, and academic organizations working in informatics, like one of our many regional partners that include the Translational Genomics Research Institute, Northern Arizona Healthcare and Flagstaff Medical Center, North Country HealthCare, and U.S. Geological Survey. This degree also provides a strong foundation for further graduate study in an MS or PhD program, such as our doctoral program in Informatics and Computing.

For full details on this program, please refer to the catalog entry for the Bachelor of Science in Informatics, Ecoinformatics Focus.