Catalogue 2013 - 2014

CS 133 Introduction to Informatics


3 cr.

Course Description

Informatics is the integration of computing and information management and its application in society. Frequently informatics focuses on applying information technology and tools to information from a discipline such as biology (bioinformatics), healthcare (healthcare informatics), nursing (nursing informatics), etc. This course will focus on how information technology can be used to organize and manage information in society. A project will be used to demonstrate student facility in informatics and students will present their work.


None, not open to those who have taken CS 101, CS 102, IT 101, or IT 102. Laboratory fees $25.




fall and spring semesters