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Behavior Science

This concentration provides students with an in-depth understanding of the behavioral and social aspects of interacting with and through information technology.

  • Core - INFO 2450: Communication and Technology
  • Choose two additional courses from any of the categories-any combination within the Behavioral Science concentration.
  • HADM 3740 Fundamentals of Database Management and Data Analysis
  • AEM 3220 or students may take HADM 4890, formally HADM 4489, (or an elective course chosen from the approved list of IS minor courses and approved by their advisor)
  • HADM 4760 Visual Basic for Applications: End-user Programming

Data Science

This concentration will equip students to learn about the world through data analytics.

  • Core – INFO 2950: Introduction to Data Science.
  • Choose two additional courses from any of the categories-any combination within the Data Science concentration.
  • HADM 3740 Fundamentals of Database Management and Data Analysis
  • AEM 3220 or students may take HADM 4890, formally HADM 4489, (or an elective course chosen from the approved list of IS minor courses and approved by their advisor)
  • HADM 4760 Visual Basic for Applications: End-user Programming

Digital Culture and Production

This concentration explores computing as a cultural phenomenon. It equips students to analyze technology's role in society and culture, to understand it historically, and to produce media artifacts.

  • Core - INFO 3561: Computing Cultures
  • Choose two additional courses from any of the categories-any combination within the Digital Culture and Production concentration.
  • HADM 3740 Fundamentals of Database Management and Data Analysis
  • AEM 3220 or students may take HADM 4890, formally HADM 4489, (or an elective course chosen from the approved list of IS minor courses and approved by their advisor)
  • HADM 4760 Visual Basic for Applications: End-user Programming

Information Ethics, Law, and Policy

This concentration provides training and insight into the ethical, legal, and policy dimensions of contemporary information technology.

  • Core - INFO 1200: Information Ethics, Law, and Policy
  • Choose two additional courses from any of the categories-any combination within the Information Ethics, Law, and Policy concentration.
  • HADM 3740 Fundamentals of Database Management and Data Analysis
  • AEM 3220 or students may take HADM 4890, formally HADM 4489, (or an elective course chosen from the approved list of IS minor courses and approved by their advisor)
  • HADM 4760 Visual Basic for Applications: End-user Programming

Interactive Technologies

This concentration provides students with the analytical and technical skills they need to design and build functional technical systems.

  • Core - Either a Ubicomp class OR Rapid Prototyping
  • Choose two additional courses from any of the categories-any combination within the Interactive Technologies concentration.
  • HADM 3740 Fundamentals of Database Management and Data Analysis
  • AEM 3220 or students may take HADM 4890, formally HADM 4489, (or an elective course chosen from the approved list of IS minor courses and approved by their advisor)
  • HADM 4760 Visual Basic for Applications: End-user Programming

Networks, Crowds, and Markets

This concentration helps students to understand formal models, data and policy issues surrounding networked systems.

  • Core - INFO 2040: Networks
  • Choose two additional courses from any of the categories-any combination within the Networks, Crowds, and Markets concentration.
  • HADM 3740 Fundamentals of Database Management and Data Analysis
  • AEM 3220 or students may take HADM 4890, formally HADM 4489, (or an elective course chosen from the approved list of IS minor courses and approved by their advisor)
  • HADM 4760 Visual Basic for Applications: End-user Programming

UX (User Experience)

This concentration is designed to help students gain a better understanding of user experience design through studies in design and user perception.

  • Core - INFO 2450: Communication and Technology
  • Choose two additional courses from any of the categories-any combination within the User Experience concentration.
  • HADM 3740 Fundamentals of Database Management and Data Analysis
  • AEM 3220 or students may take HADM 4890, formally HADM 4489, (or an elective course chosen from the approved list of IS minor courses and approved by their advisor)
  • HADM 4760 Visual Basic for Applications: End-user Programming