Students who successfully complete the Informatics minor will have a sound understanding of Informatics and will wield a broad range of informatics skills to approach and synthesize information, and develop creative Informatics solutions. The students will also be conversant in both oral and written forms of interdisciplinary communication to facilitate the application of theory and methods to the socio-technical problems facing society today.
Adding an Informatics Minor will complement and enhance a student’s major area of study. Informatics and computing are affecting almost all human endeavors. With an Informatics Minor, the graduate will more effectively use technology in her/his vocations and avocations.