Hands on research experience is a key feature of the Science Informatics program. In pursuing this major, you will have a capstone experience and a research externship as part of your undergraduate training. In addition, as a student in the College of Science and Mathematics, you will have many additional opportunities to pursue independant scientific research with faculty members. The first step is to find out what faculty members are doing in the research areas that are most exciting to you! Visit the following to find out about faculty research in the department associated with that course track you choose:
The College also offers Minority Access to Research Careers Undergraduate Student Training in Academic Research, MARC U-STAR. This undergraduate research program is federally funded by the National Institute of Health to encourage the participation of underrepresented minority students in biomedical research.