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Bachelor's Degree in Information Technology & Data Science

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Bridging the gap

Be at the intersection of human communication & computer science.

With a degree in Information Technology and Data Science, you’ll use information and data to solve human problems. You won’t just learn how to code – you’ll learn how to tell a story to an audience using coding on a screen.

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If you want to work with computers and data, but don’t want to sacrifice the human aspect of work, our program is right for you.



Graduates from our program have been hired at Google, Dynamic Software Inc., Frozen Codebase, Red Hat and more.

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Year after year, UW-Green Bay is named by College Factual as one of the top educational values in the country.

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Eyes on the Prize

Our curriculum is built to prepare you for career success.

At UW-Green Bay, we emphasize an applied approach that translates into a practical degree. You’ll learn skills across an array of fields, from verbal and written communication to coding to scripting and animation. With three different emphases to choose from—information science, game design and data science—you can tailor your education to your intended career.

About this Program

Connect. Create. Collaborate.

We've developed facilities to facilitate your development.

Students attend Professor Danielle Bina's lecture in the Frank Wood Media Newsroom

Broaden the Horizon

Our new Frank Wood Media Newsroom is a collaborative place intended for student-run media, like news, podcasts and TV and film brainstorming, so you can share your perspective and broaden your way of thinking.

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Game On

The Esports Lounge features 18 Alienware gaming PCs, two large screens for Nintendo Switch and Xbox gaming and a growing number of games.

Esports Lounge

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Spark Your Creativity

Collaborate with fellow creatives and express your imagination with our Center for Games & Interactive Media. Our goal is to provide opportunities for creative endeavors, including the Global Game Jam Event in January.

Global Game Jam 2023

Sabine Green '20, Graduate Student at UW-Stout

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"It was nice to have the professors be so diligent with us and even having extra time in class to talk to us one on one! Also, the professors that advise these courses are wonderful, and only want the best from their students! They want to see you succeed! Professor Carr is one of the main reasons I got into my master’s program in the first place."

Sabine Green '20
Graduate Student at UW-Stout

Katie L. Turkiewicz, chair for Communication and Information Technology

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Meet Katie L. Turkiewicz, the chair for Communication and Information Technology & Data Science. She’s dedicated to helping students find success and places a high value on education. If you have questions about the program, get in touch with her.

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