Major in Business Informatics
Business Informatics focuses on developing software and hardware systems that make it possible for a business to function more effectively from an IT perspective, ultimately providing an organization with a competitive advantage based on superior application of information technology.
The Business Informatics major prepares students for a wide variety of careers, including systems analysis, application software development, web development, and database design. As a Business Informaticist, students become familiar and practiced in all areas of business in order to better accomodate business operations in the areas of software and hardware systems.
Our business informatics program not only offers software development and programming classes, but a breadth of course offerings that include analytical thinking and problem solving, communication, system modeling and business concepts.
Learn more about what a degree in business informatics entails from course descriptions to sample programs of study. As a Business Informatics major, students can also easily earn a minor in Computer Science.
The informatics department is powered by passionate individuals with extensive real-world experience and a finger to the pulse of the technological world. Our faculty all come from professional backgrounds in the field most of which also hold Ph.D's.
Where might a degree in business informatics take you? Learn more about the salary outlook, potential careers and what our alumni are doing now.