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If you are interested in the role technology plays in business, you may be interested in studying Information Science.

Information Science professionals not only know how computers and programs work, but they are able to understand the role technology plays in the business world and how people interact with it. Whether it be creating software or developing a website, Information Science professionals work to make this technology user friendly so it can be effectively utilized.

Some classes that Information Science majors take while working on this degree include computer science, programming, multimedia systems, information retrieval and data processing, computer engineering, web design, and statistics. Students will also take classes in business to help them understand how Information Science aids business processes.

Required Skills

A background in computers and systems will aid those who decide to pursue a career in Information Science. Strong analytical skills will help you decide how to tackle problems with information systems or how to use this technology to complete a project, while communications skills will allow you to share information between the IT department and management. Other necessary skills include creativity when developing programs to accomplish certain tasks and the ability to work as part of a team.

Information Science professionals typically work full time, but may work more than 40 hours a week depending on projects or other job requirements.

Along with a degree in Information Science, some employers prefer applicants who have a background in business. The combination of the two areas will further a student's understanding of how the areas work together and allow them to build programs that accomplish tasks more effectively.

Careers

Although computer systems design firms employ a large majority of graduates, others have gone into finance, insurance, management roles in businesses, or work for the government. This major teaches students how business and technology work together making graduates assets to many different types of organizations.

This career field is growing at a faster than average rate meaning graduates should have good prospects after graduation. As computers and technology are becoming more heavily relied on in the business world, organizations are raising the demand for Information Science professionals.

Graduates with a degree in Information Science can expect an average starting salary of $47,036 and an average mid-career salary of $69,599.

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