Are you ready to take your education to the next level?
As a graduate student at the School of Informatics, you’ll study under faculty who are leaders in the areas of bioinformatics, health informatics, human-computer interaction, media arts and science and much, much more.
And you’ll also learn from a community of fellow student visionaries. Your future classmates come from all over the world and across disciplines to advance informatics research and build life-long careers.
This is a school where new discoveries and disciplines are constantly emerging – discoveries and disciplines that you won’t find anywhere else.
Bioinformatics is a pure and applied science dealing with the collection, management, analysis and dissemination of biological data and knowledge, especially with respect to genetics and molecular biology.
Health Informatics addresses the need for improved classification, storage, and analysis of medical information to establish the best clinical practice and cost efficiency.
Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) is the branch of informatics that studies and supports the design, development, and implementation of humanly usable and socially acceptable information technologies.
The Media Arts and Science program is an applied program emphasizing integrated digital media communication skills and expertise.