A new undergraduate degree program leading to a bachelor of science in information will be offered by the School of Information, with the first class entering in 2014.
This upper-level (junior and senior year) degree is designed as a richly interdisciplinary program that examines both the the social and technical aspects of the digital revolution. The new bachelor's degree explores major issues at the intersection of people, information, and technology.
As the first iSchool in the world to offer this integrated degree, students will have the opportunity to gain breadth and depth in rigorous coursework, faculty interactions, practical experiences and research engagement.
How do I apply? [coming soon]
What are the degree requirements? [coming soon]
How can I learn more?
Students interested in learning more about the program are invited to email email@example.com.
Assistant professor Finn Brunton presents a mini-lecture on "dead media," a general survey of "all the things that didn't work," and discusses what we can learn from those failures in developing contemporary--and hopefully more lasting--communication vehicles.
Undergraduates from the University of Michigan and other institutions are eligible to participate in the Research Experiences for Undergraduates program administered by the School of Information. Students gain valuable insights into the academic research process that will help them as they prepare for their careers.
Currently University of Michigan students may earn a BA or BS degree in informatics jointly administered through the College of Literature, Science and the Arts, the School of Information, and the College of Engineering.