Learn to use computer technology to gather, synthesize, store, visualize and interpret information. These skills are critical to a broad range of disciplines. You’ll gain an understanding of the capabilities and technologies of informatics as it applies to domain specific problems in your field of study.
The curriculum for this certificate includes methods for and understand the basic computational principles behind the operation of: communication, networking and interaction decision-making and problem-solving modeling, inference and visualization representing, creating and running routine activities storing, indexing and retrieving information.
The applied and user-oriented focus of the certificate will be attractive to employers.
The undergraduate certificate in Informatics is available to students who are in good standing at ASU, and may be used by BIS students as part of their degree program. Students need to submit an Undergraduate Certificate form to the School of Computing, Informatics, and Decision Systems Engineering Advising Center. This form is available on the registrar’s website. BIS students need to contact their BIS advisor to add the Informatics concentration to their degree program.