Learn to collect, analyze and interpret a variety of information sources to better understand our world.
Undergraduate students majoring in information science study how we interact with all things digital, including software, devices and algorithms. By the time you graduate, you’ll be able to create social and technological solutions that are truly engaging for those who use them, apply those solutions to real problems and evaluate their effectiveness.
You will also apply information science to the topics that matter to you. From journalism to music to healthcare, you will gain tools that can address many problems. By applying your new knowledge, you’ll address real problems and create an impact on our society.
Current CU students: learn how to do an intra-university transfer (IUT) into CMCI.