In our graduate degree programs, you will receive multidisciplinary training to prepare you to address complex issues related to technology and society, while engaging in cutting-edge research in areas such as artificial intelligence and cognition, big data analytics, human-computer interaction, informatics and data sciences (including health informatics, bioinformatics, social informatics, security informatics), data privacy and security, and socio-technical systems.
The Ph.D. program in Information Sciences and Technology provides foundational training that will prepare you for a career in cutting edge computing, data, and information sciences research, technology development, and advanced applications in academia, industry, and government.
In the M.S. program in Information Sciences and Technology, you will engage more deeply in an intellectual conversation with research and science. An M.S. degree typically opens up advanced career opportunities; both in industry and as preparation for a Ph.D.