Explore our majors and other undergraduate programs to find out what you’ll do here and how it’ll prepare you for your career and life. You’ll also learn how you can customize your degree to your goals.
The degrees of tomorrow
If you’re interested in computer science, make sure you note the difference between the B.S. in Computer Science—which is offered here in the Luddy School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering—and the B.A. in Computer Science, offered by the College of Arts and Sciences, along with the B.S. in statistics.
B.S. in Cybersecurity and Global Policy
A partnership with the College of Arts and Sciences and the Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies, this degree provides an in-depth understanding of both the technology behind cyber and networked systems and the global social policy implications.
College of Arts and Science Degrees
These programs are administered and conferred from IU's College of Arts and Sciences.
Add a Luddy major
If you’re a student in a different IU Bloomington school, here’s how to add or switch to a Luddy major.
Accelerated master’s programs: earn two degrees in five years
Earn another degree in just one more year of study. Some of our accelerated master’s degrees are open only to undergraduates in certain majors, while others are open to all IU Bloomington undergrads. You’ll become better prepared for your career and more likely to earn a higher starting salary.
Certificates and minors
Any IU Bloomington student can add a Luddy certificate or minor. If you’re in a school other than Luddy, make sure to get approval from your school’s recorder.
Consider a certificate or minor from another IU school
An outside certificate or minor can give you valuable experience in a non-tech field you like—and could help your resume stand out.
Consult with your Luddy advisor, and contact the undergraduate recorder’s office in the other IU school to declare your certificate or minor.
Informatics students, your cognate may already meet all the requirements for an outside minor—so you can earn a minor without taking more classes.