Cost per credit: $295
Become prepared to lead complex digital projects from start to finish. A degree in informatics allows you to explore the connections between IT and Computing to solve data management concerns across any industry.
Solve real-world problems with interdisciplinary skills in information technology and computer science taught by top faculty at the nation's first-ever College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity.
Through team-based activities and hands-on exercises, you'll learn how to store and retrieve data, employ emerging technologies, and build user-centered systems - all of which are embedded in the day-to-day operations of every organization.
From relational databases to client-based web technologies, and internal computer architecture to networking fundamentals, you'll be ready to tackle any kind of digital project.
The University at Albany College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity provides an experiential learning component to all students.
Through authentic simulations, work with real-world clients, and research in contemporary and relevant topics, students will further their classroom learning in an applied environment.
The college partners with various offices, agencies and centers that help to provide research and training opportunities for students, academics, and professionals.
An Informatics graduate can enjoy careers as a Database Developer/Administrator, Clinical Data Analyst, Web Developer/Designer, Information Security Analyst, Market Research Analyst, Networks and Systems Administrator, User Experience Analyst, and much more.
Students may have the opportunity to combine their bachelor's degree with a Master of Science in Information Science.
Choose a concentration that matches your career goals, interests and your talents. The Informatics BS has four fully online concentrations in Cybersecurity, Interactive User Experience, Data Analytics, and Information Technology.
Concentration: Interactive User Experience
Courses in Interactive User Experience are:
Cybersecurity courses include:
Concentration: Data Analytics
A few of the data analytics courses are:
Concentration: Information Technology
Classes in this concentration include: