Indiana University: School of Informatics, Computing and Engineering

Creativity and academic freedom are hallmarks of Indiana University Bloomington.

Creativity and academic freedom are hallmarks of Indiana University Bloomington.

About the Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering

Innovation sits at the heart of the School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering. Our unique combination of programs—including informatics, computer science, data science, library science, information science, and intelligent systems engineering—makes Luddy one of the largest, broadest, and most accomplished schools of its kind.

Our extensive programs are united by a focus on information and technology. These rapidly evolving fields demand new ideas, discoveries, and applications requiring innovation and complex problem solving.

Computer Science

Computer science impacts every aspect of our lives. The Department of Computer Science teaches students to use computing to develop fast, scalable, and secure solutions to a range of problems. CS at Luddy helps brings innovative ideas to life.

Programs include: M.S. in Computer Science, M.S. in Secure Computing, M.S. in Bioinformatics, Ph.D. in Computer Science

Data Science

Data science teaches students how to use the power of data to solve complex problems, unite communities, transform industries, prevent tragedies, improve lives, and more. More data is being generated than ever before, and our program provides students with the skills needed to turn that flood of data into knowledge.

Programs include: M.S. in Data Science - Residential, M.S. in Data Science - Online


The Department of Informatics teaches students the technical, analytical, organizational, and communication skills needed to bridge the gap between technology and the people who use it. This program provides the tools needed to understand and address complex contemporary issues using technology.

Programs include: M.S. in Informatics, M.S. in Human-Computer Interaction Design, Ph.D. in Informatics

Information and Library Science

The Department of Information and Library Science, one of the top-ranked programs in its field in the United States, provides students with a unique understanding of the curation, organization, and dissemination of information. As more information is digitized and made available to a wider audience, the ability to store, retrieve, and share knowledge in a way that is helpful to users is more important than ever to local and global communities alike.

Programs include: Master of Library Science, Master of Information Science, Ph.D. in Information Science

Intelligent Systems Engineering

Our pioneering Intelligent Systems Engineering program provides students with the technical breadth needed to become leaders of the engineering of tomorrow. From artificial intelligence and machine learning to bioengineering, cyber-physical systems, molecular and nanoscale engineering, and more, intelligent systems engineering will give students the technical skills needed for an ever-changing world.

Programs include: M.S. in Intelligent Systems Engineering, Ph.D. in Intelligent Systems Engineering

About Indiana University
Luddy is one of the largest schools at Indiana University Bloomington, the flagship campus of IU’s eight locations statewide. The IU Bloomington campus serves approximately 48,000 undergraduate students who come from all 50 states and more than 100 countries around the world.

At IU, students receive a world-class education in a diverse and safe community that combines the culture and cuisine of a metropolitan area with the comfort and atmosphere of a quintessential college town.

As a Tier 1 American research university, Indiana University Bloomington offers nationally ranked programs and internationally renowned faculty. You will graduate with a degree recognized around the world.

About Bloomington
Bloomington is affordable, active, and intellectual. It’s home to a thriving music scene, coffeehouses, farmers markets, and picturesque scenery.

More than 84,000 people call Bloomington home. International grocery stores, restaurants with cuisine from around the world, and ethnic festivals give the town a global flavor. It’s also easy to travel to nearby major cities, including Indianapolis, Chicago, Louisville, St. Louis, Nashville, Cincinnati, and Columbus, Ohio.



$10,000 — $15,000 Year

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Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Engineering

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  • Conditional Admission Available

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    Small/College town
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    Residence Hall, Apartment, Dormitory

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