In the computer Informatics degree at Saint Louis University, students will study the application of technology to understand and promote the organization through the representation, analysis, management, and use of information for decision-making processes.
Informatics is the multidimensional use of technology to translate information into knowledge, assisting the decision maker across a variety of academic disciplines and professional fields. It incorporates the study of ways data is collected, organized, represented and managed.
This business intelligence training at Saint Louis University is designed for those seeking to integrate the human dimension of software analysis and design with the social and ethical aspects of data analysis to aid the organization in answering complex questions and business intelligence issues.
As part of the computer informatics degree program, students will complete a professional portfolio as a means for assessing learning outcomes and enhancing personal and professional development.
Students in our computer systems informatics program should have knowledge and experience of computer systems and posses strong problem-solving skills. Students should be able to think logically, multitask and pay attention to detail.
Job opportunities for individuals in the computer informatics program look strong thanks to information technology becoming increasingly important in business and organizations. Almost all businesses and organizations rely on computer and information technology specialists. Computer informatics professionals can help design and create computer systems to help companies reach their goals. The demand for computer networking, reliable Internet and intranet, and WiFi is boosting employment in this field. Computer informatics specialists can work in a wide variety of industries including accounting, financial systems, scientific or engineering. The healthcare industry will also be looking to fill positions in computer systems informatics as more health records are beginning to be stored electronically.