Library and Information Science undergraduate programs
Navigating data with technology
The data stream never stops. Neither does our need for information.
Learn to not only manage data, but distill it into information that becomes the basis for knowledge.
You can build on your strengths and gain valuable new technology skills through the Department of Library and Information Science at the Luddy Indianapolis. These degrees are collaborations between the Human-Centered Computing and Library and Information Science departments:
B.S. in Applied Data and Information Science
The expanding role of big data has spurred a revolution in how we make sense of the world. Hospitals, businesses, museums, professional sports teams, and other employers are seeking those who can intelligently manage the information onslaught. This degree enables you to gain skills at every stage of the data pipeline and become a highly skilled data professional.
Minors and Certificates
Our minors and certificates focus on different aspects of working with data and employing it as a tool for discovery.
Learn to manage data to discover correlations and predict outcomes, or focus on the ethical and technical challenges of data collection.