Information... Innovation... In-Demand Careers... Informatics!
Do you want a career working in mobile app development, which is listed as #1 in CNN's 100 Best Jobs? Many of the jobs listed in the Top Ten of the CNN's list start right here, with a major in the Department of Informatics.
Do you like computing and technology? Do you want to build and secure the networks of tomorrow, entertain the masses, build mobile apps and websites, work as an analyst and manage information systems? We live in a networked world of information, users, and systems which is why almost every industry relies on professionals trained by the programs offered in the Department of Informatics.
Take a look at the academic programs offered by the Department of Informatics.
Our programs provide real-world and hands-on learning opportunities.
When you study Informatics at FHSU your success path is built upon:
- Innovative, in-depth classes; our students work with state-of-the-art software and equipment
- Small classes taught by knowledgeable experts
- Internship possibilities
- Advanced Technology lab spaces
- Tiger Media Network (TMN), the University's official converged media outlet for student-created media content
- Advanced Technology Student Organization (ATSO)
With hands-pm experience and industry relationships, our graduates are prepared for success and have found career opportunities at the NSA, FBI, Google, Cargill, Sprint, Zappos, Cerner, and Merck to name a few. Students with media emphasis have gone on to work with companies including HGTV, FOX, NBC Universal, Time Warner Cable and KWCH. Entrepreneurial students leaving our programs have successfully marketed
commercial apps to companies such as eBay or started their own
technology or website business, like majorspoilers.com.
Jennifer Montenegro (2008)
KWCH Eyewitness News 12 Television
"The best part was the hands-on experience right from the start." Read More
Dylan Bathurst (2009)
Las Vegas, NV
“I was able to land my first professional position before I had graduated from college!" Read More
David Jarnagin (2004)
“The INT department curriculum doesn't just give a student a depth of knowledge in one area like Web development, internetworking, or media studies; it also gives the student a breadth of knowledge in leadership, public policy, and entrepreneurship.” Read More
Casey Lee (2003)
Network Administrator Assistant
First National Bank
“The INT program at FHSU equipped me with the tools and knowledge required to build a strong foundation in the technology field.” Read More