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The Faculty of Arts > Bachelor of Arts > Informatics

The School of Information offers a Minor in Informatics to all UBC undergraduate students in degree programs that allow students to complete a Minor in the Faculty of Arts.

Minor in Informatics

The Minor in Informatics is an interdisciplinary program that explores the study and application of information, data, and digital technologies. The Minor has three main academic focal areas: information and data literacy; the application of information technologies using human-centred design methodologies, and socio-technical perspectives on the role of digital technologies in the information society. The Minor in Informatics is administered through the School of Information and operates in cooperation with other units offering elective courses in the program.

Students may declare their Minor in Informatics after completing 27 credits (Year 2 standing).

The Minor consists of 30 credits, of which at least 18 credits must be at the 300-level or above. Students enrolled in the Minor must complete:

9 credits of required courses:

21 credits from the list of approved courses, of which at least 15 credits must be at the 300-level or above, including:

Lower-level Requirements

Upper-level Requirements

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