Information Sciences

Information Sciences studentInformation Sciences Analysts help governments, businesses and organizations find patterns and meaning in the information overload that we experience on a daily basis.

As a bachelor of information sciences (BISc.) graduate, you will learn how to establish programs to collect and analyze data, which will better equip people to function within their work environments.

The interdisciplinary BISc. program at University of New Brunswick Saint John draws upon business administration, mathematics, computer science and economics, with a focus on the methods and techniques for effective collection and analysis of data.

You can choose a specialization, which will allow you to concentrate on your areas of interest and application.

For more information, see Computer Science & Applied Statistics.