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Undergraduate Programs in the Department of Computer & Information Sciences

CS Program:

    The program educational objectives are:

  • Graduates will be able to apply their depth of understanding in computer science to facilitate successful careers in computer science and related fields.
  • Graduates will be able to apply their broad knowledge in the fundamental areas of computer science to allow them to continue their professional development and sustain a life-long career in computer science either through graduate study or continuing self-directed learning and development activities.
  • Graduates will apply their teamwork, communication, and interpersonal skills to enable them to work effectively with interdisciplinary teams and practice their profession with regard to ethical and societal responsibilities.

    Student outcomes for the program are:

  • Students can use their proficiency in theoretical and applied computing principles & practices to solve a variety of problems.
  • Students can explain the theoretical and applied principles that underlie computer science.
  • Students will understand the ethical and societal concerns and dilemmas facing computer scientists and can formulate appropriate solutions and courses of action.
  • Students can work effectively in teams and communicate effectively.


IS Program Learning Objectives:

  • Students can use their proficiency in information systems principles & practices and quantitative analysis to solve a variety of problems.
  • Students can explain the quantitative and business principles that underlie information systems.
  • Students will understand the ethical and societal concerns and dilemmas facing information systems professionals and can formulate appropriate solutions and courses of action.
  • Students can work effectively in teams and communicate effectively.


IT Program Learning Objectives:

  • Students can use their proficiency with information technology principles and practices to solve a variety of problems.
  • Students can explain the selection, deployment and maintenance principles that underlie information technology.
  • Students can understand and anticipate the changing direction of information technology and can evaluate and recommend the use of appropriate new technologies.
  • Students will understand the ethical and societal issues facing information technology professionals and can formulate appropriate solutions.
  • Students work effectively in teams and communicate effectively.
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