Global Informatics Certificate

Preparing students for the future

WHAT IS THE GLOBAL INFORMATICS CERTIFICATE?

A program to support the pursuit and mastery of both cultural and computational influences, preparing undergraduate students at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign to enter a world in which information technologies are ubiquitous, evolving and global in scope.

CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS

The Global Informatics Certificate will be awarded to any student who completes the requirements of a Minor in Informatics and an additional senior capstone course, in addition to pursuing a Major from one of the following departments or centers.

  • School of Literatures, Cultures & Linguistics (SLCL)
  • Russian, East European and Eurasian Center (REEEC)
Classics
Comparative Literature
East Asian Languages & Cultures
English as a Second Language
French & Italian
Germanic Languages & Literatures
Linguistics
Medieval Studies
Religion
Russian, E. European, & Eurasian Studies
Slavic Languages & Literatures
Spanish & Portuguese
INFO 102
INFO 202
CS 105/101/125 or STAT 107
3 approved upper-level informatics electives (totaling at least 9 credit hours)
Senior Capstone Course
For information on how to declare your intention to pursue a Global Informatics Certificate, please contact Karin Readel, kereadel@illinois.edu