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B.S. Information Sciences
 
 
 

This email provides updates for the B.S. Information Sciences (BS/IS) degree. This degree officially begins Fall 2020, but we encourage students to begin taking courses immediately, work with our advisor, and become involved with the iSchool. BS/IS WEBSITE

Make sure to check out our 'GET INVOLVED' section below as we have a number of excellent opportunities for students.

 
 
ADVISING
 
 

Schedule Advising Appointment: https://my.ischool.illinois.edu/advising/
Room 104 School of Information Sciences Building (corner of Daniel St. & Fifth St.).

Stop by during any of the times listed below: 
Monday, Sept. 9th | 1:30-3:00pm | 104 iSchool (501 E. 
Wednesday, Sept. 11th | 2:00-4:00pm | Room 504 DGS (807 S. Wright, 5th 
Tuesday, Sept. 17th | 2:30-4:30pm | Room 504 DGS (807 S. Wright, 5th Floor)

 
 
DEGREE INFORMATION
 
 

IS 205 Programming for Information Problems
Substitutions for this course include: CS 101, CS 105*, CS 125, CS/STAT/IS 107*.
*If you took CS 105 and/or IS 107, you may benefit by taking IS 205 in a future semester (and one course would count as an IS elective)

IS "Electives"
Our curriculum includes IS Electives which allows students to explore various courses of interest, or a certain Pathway (Information & Culture; Data & Society; Data Analytics/Data Science; Human Computer Interaction/User Experience).

BS/IS Degree Requirements
BS/IS Intercollegiate Transfer (ICT) Information

 
 
GET INVOLVED
 
 

We encourage students to get involved with the iSchool to learn more about Information Sciences. These experiences will help to strengthen your application to the BS/IS degree, and help build your personal and professional network.

 
 
iSchool Tech Talk with John Deere: Intelligently Feeding The World: Data Science at Deere (Headquarters)
 
 
 
 
 
 

Our 3rd annual Fall Open House welcomes prospective students to learn about our MS in LIS and MS in IM degree program. We will also provide prospective student opportunities to interact with current students, faculty, and staff. Lunch and an optional campus tour will be provided to attendees. Registration required. Register here.

 
 
 
 
 
 
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Questions for the Undergraduate Program? ischool-is@illinois.edu