The Bachelor of Arts in Information Science brings together perspectives from engineering and computer science with those from management and the social sciences. This degree is not just about coding, it is about understanding user experience and how technologies shape the world. This major produces interdisciplinary and in demand professionals who are experts in human-centered design and information management. Students have a choice of following one of three paths: the design of human-centered technologies, media and information management, or information and society. Graduates leave the program as information entrepreneurs, with the skills to design and create new interactive technologies, the ability to organize and manage groups of people through technologies, and expertise in the collection and analysis of data. They also have the capacity to contribute to the solution of pressing information policy issues, such as privacy and security in areas such as health, education, finance, and management.