Undergraduate

Certificate in Informatics

Knowing how to apply technology to solve problems—in other words, knowing about informatics—is important in today’s workplace, and it’s only going to become more important in the years ahead.

More in-depth than the informatics minor, the Certificate in Informatics is perfect if you want a strong foundation of informatics skills to use in your career. You can even customize the certificate by choosing two informatics electives ranging from business application development to multimedia arts and technology.

Certificates must be earned either concurrent with or subsequent to an IU degree. Specific requirements are listed in the School of Informatics and Computing undergraduate academic bulletin. Students should pursue the requirements of the year that they entered IU. The requirements outlined in the academic bulletin in effect at the time of your matriculation will remain the same throughout your time at the School of Informatics and Computing, assuming you graduate within eight years. Check the list of academic bulletins below to find the version you should use.