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B.A. Information Science & Arts
Learn about creative coding, human-computer interaction, virtual reality, user experience, interactive art, sound technology, multimedia design, and game development.
B.A. Information Science & eSociety
Explore social network theories and analysis, digital storytelling, information manipulation and propaganda, digital discourse, web design, and the impact of social media on daily life.
B.S. Game Design & Development
Provides students with the real-world skills and experience needed for successful game design and development, and will signal to employers that students have dedicated the time and energy necessary to build fluency with the underlying concepts and tools.
B.A. Games & Behavior
Provides students not only with a broad understanding of important design principles and human behavior in games, but also the implications of gamification in society.
Collaborate across disciplines to solve real-world information problems while gaining hands-on experience that blends behavioral, psychological, cultural, and philosophical perspectives.
Conduct original research in areas such as natural language processing, social network analysis, human-computer interaction, information ethics, and information management and prepare for careers in academia, government, and industry.
M.S. Data Science
Take courses and research that blend disciplines to address the grand challenges of today and the future. The MS in Data Science provides students the training they need in data collection, exploration, manipulation and storage, analysis, and presentation in order to navigate data-rich workplace environments.
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UArizona iSchool Director’s List of Distinguished Graduate Scholars
|Hasna Hena Borna|
|Michelle Nicole Boyer|
|Arielle S Garcia|
|Maria T Grant|
|Michaela J Korges|
|Renee Vitali Palting|
UArizona iSchool Director's List of Distinguished Undergraduate Scholars
|Elias Kyriakos Anastopoulos|
|Marissa Guadalupe Dicochea|
|Stephanie W. Marbella|
|Sangsu (Brian) Um|
|Amy E. Williams|