Undergraduate ProgramsThe School of Informatics and Computing offers a Bachelor of Science in Informatics (INFOBS), a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (CSCIBS), and a Professional Master’s in Computer Science.
The very nature of these degrees, with the changing technologies and applications, requires that the content of each degree be continuously assessed and revised. Therefore, the faculty of the School of Informatics and Computing will periodically review and revise the curricula to ensure that students are prepared to meet contemporary workplace and intellectual demands. Please contact the School of Informatics and Computing Student Services Office, or refer to our Web site at www.informatics.indiana.edu.
Academic counseling for each student in the School of Informatics and Computing is provided by an academic advisor prior to each semester’s enrollment. Although academic counseling is intended to provide effective guidance, students are responsible for planning their own programs and for meeting the following degree requirements for graduation. Students are advised to read bulletin descriptions of all courses selected, paying careful attention to conditions concerning awarding of credit.