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Informatics deals with the study of the configuration, conduct, and interrelationship of natural and engineered computational systems. The science and engineering of information systems are combined and applied together through this sub-discipline on Informatics.

Information science deals with the productive collection, storage, retrieval, and usage of information. It focuses on the processes of storing and transferring information and aims to bring together concepts and approaches of different disciplines like library science, computer science, engineering, linguistics, and psychology, in order to come up with techniques to handle and aid the assemblage, storage, reclamation, illustration, and application of information.


Study levels:

The study levels that offer Informatics and Information Science are:
Advanced Diploma in Game-Programming
Bachelor in Applied Informatics
Bachelor in Applied Mathematics and Informatics
Bachelor in Business Informatics
Bachelor in Communication and Information Technology Policy
Bachelor in Computer Engineering
Bachelor in Computer Sciences
Bachelor in Digital Economics
Bachelor in Fundamental Informatics and Information Technology
Bachelor in Information Design
Bachelor in Information Systems Security
Bachelor in Information Technology
Bachelor in Information Technology Management
Bachelor in Intelligence and Information Operations
Bachelor in Interactive Multimedia and Design
Bachelor in Management Information Systems
Bachelor in Sociology and Social Informatics
Bachelor of Business Administration
Bachelor of Computer Science
Bachelor of Engineering
Bachelor of Informatics
Bachelor of Information Resource Management
Bachelor of Management Information Systems
Bachelor of Network Technology
Bachelor of Science
Bachelor of Software Development
Master in Applied Informatics
Master in Applied Mathematics and Informatics
Master in Business Informatics
Master in Communication and Information Technology Policy
Master in Computer Engineering
Master in Computer Sciences
Master in Digital Economics
Master in Fundamental Informatics and Information Technology
Master in Information Design
Master in Information Systems Security
Master in Information Technology
Master in Information Technology Management
Master in Intelligence and Information Operations
Master in Interactive Multimedia and Design
Master in Management Information Systems
Master in Sociology and Social Informatics
Master of Business Administration
Master of Computer Science
Master of Engineering
Master of Informatics
Master of Information Resource Management
Master of Management Information Systems
Master of Network Technology
Master of Science
Master of Software Development


Some of the specialisation subjects that informatics students can select are:

Throwing Caps

Specialisation subjects

Agricultural Production
Applied Data Science
Biological Engineering
Biological Science and Engineering
Biomaterials and Regenerative Medicine
Biomechanics and Bionics
Biomedical imaging & Applications
Catalysis and Kinetics
Civil & Coastal Engineering
Computer and Information Systems
Computer Engineering
Computer Information Technology
Computer Science
Control Science
Data Science
Digital content, curation, and collections
Digital humanities
Electromagnetism and Energy Systems

Energy and Electrochemical Systems
Engineering Education
Health Informatics
Human-Centred Computing
Human-Computer Interaction
Human-Computer Interaction
Information architecture
Information Science
Information systems
Information technology leadership
Intellect Systems
Interfacial Phenomena
Legal Informatics
Media Arts & Science
Modelling & Biomedical Data Sciences
Modelling and simulation
Molecular & Cellular Engineering
Neural Engineering
Signals and Systems



The career options for Informatics and Information Science graduates are:


    Biology / Chemistry informaticist
    Business technology analyst
    Database developer / manager
    Digital artist
    Digital library specialist
    E-commerce specialist
    Human-computer interface designer
    Information architect
    Information architect
    Information security professional
    Instructional designer
    Interaction designer


    IT consultant
    Multimedia specialist
    Network manager
    Software developer
    Stage and lighting designer
    System administrator
    Technical writer
    Technology management
    Technology support/customer service
    Usability engineer
    Usability tester
    User experience designer
    Web designer
    Web developer
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