Innovations in computing and connectivity are revolutionizing the way knowledge is created and shared — from advances in computer power to the World Wide Web; from search engines, social networking, and mobile technology to geographic information systems and large-scale collaborative initiatives.
Take advantage of the unique resources and opportunities at the University of Illinois to level-up your skills and understanding in new and powerful ways.
Minor in Informatics
Diversify and complement your major.
A minor in Informatics signals that you have expertise in computing and information technology, and more importantly, that you understand their human implications.
Masters in Bioinformatics
Participate in cutting-edge research.
At Illinois, biometrics research happens not only in academic departments, but in several leading interdisciplinary centers on campus, which are equipped with the latest tools and techniques.
Take it to the next level.
The Informatics doctoral program is a unique research opportunity in which innovative computational methods are invented and applied to existing or newly-created fields of inquiry.