Informatics Minor for Non-Computing Students

  • The Rochester Institute of Technology’s School of Informatics has developed a minor in Applied Informatics that allows non-computing students from throughout the university to learn problem solving, data retrieval, and information processing and presentation skills so that they can be productive knowledge workers in the 21st century. The minor is strongly problem-oriented with students being taught how to apply deductive, inductive, and abductive reasoning, as well as fundamental information technology skills, to problems in their specific domains. It is the coursework’s relevance and applicability to the students’ majors that eases the acquisition of these skills.

  • SIGITE 2011

    United States , New York·October 19 - 22, 2011

    The 12th Annual Conference on Information Technology Education will be held at the historic Thayer Hotel, on the grounds of the US Military Academy in West Point, New York.

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