Informatics is an interdepartmental program combining study in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, the College of Engineering, and the School of Information. Informatics students select one of five tracks relating to information processing and analysis. The Data Mining and Information Analysis track of the Informatics Program focuses on quantitative data analysis using statistical, mathematical, and computational techniques. Other tracks allow students to focus on social aspects of information processing, on computing and systems infrastructure, or on applications of informatics to specific areas.
The Informatics concentration is administered by the Department of Statistics. Informatics concentrators may not use any STATS courses toward the LSA Area Distribution requirement. Students interested in the Informatics concentration should consult the
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