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Zach Porges was an InfoSci undergrad student who graduated with a degree from CALS in 2013. He was the President of Cornell's Information Science Student Association during 2013 as well. Zach remained at Cornell to complete his MPS in Information...

The BS in Information Science (IS) allows students to study the creation, representation, organization, application, and analysis of information in digital form.

Information Science offers a Bachelor of Science (BS) in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS). The BS in Information Science (IS) allows students to study the design and use of information systems in a social context. The field studies the creation, representation, organization, application, and analysis of information in digital form. The focus of Information Science is on technological systems and their use, approached through an interdisciplinary approach with a variety of methodologies. 

For more information about the major, please feel free to contact us by email, visit our undergraduate program office located in 110H Gates Hall, or call 607-255-9837.

 

If you're interested in studying Information Science in CALS, please visit the CALS undergraduate admissions page for more information on how to apply. If you have specific questions about the major or you would like to... more

If you're interested in studying Information Science in CALS, please visit the CALS undergraduate admissions page for more information on how to apply. If you have specific questions about the major or you would like to... more

Details on the Core and Track requirements to complete the Information Science major within the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS).

Find out more about the criteria for remaining in good standing with your College.

Students in Information Science should follow the CALS Social Sciences guidelines to obtain research honors in Information Science.

Post Graduate Surveys (PGS) are completed each year and provide us with information on where our graduates end up next.