General Learning Goals for Department of Information Technology

  1. Our graduates communicate effectively.
  2. Our graduates think critically to evaluate and solve problems.
  3. Our graduates work effectively in teams.
  4. Our graduates have strong quantitative skills.

Specific Learning Goals for     Computer Science

  1. Our graduates apply their knowledge of computer science principles to solve computing problems effectively and efficiently.
  2. Our graduates are aware of computing practices in industry and emerging technologies, and they use current software design and development techniques.
  3. Our graduates understand computer hardware and apply networking concepts to solve organizational problems.
  4. Our graduates apply the principles and practices of software design and development to real life problems. 

Specific Learning Goals for   Information Systems

  1. Our graduates understand basic computer hardware and apply networking concepts to solve organizational problems.
  2. Our graduates apply the principles and practices of software design and development to solve business problems.
  3. Our graduates analyze business problems using foundational knowledge from the fields of economics, accounting, business law, and statistics.
  4. Our graduates provide all necessary operational level support for an organization.
  5. Our graduates recognize the social impact of computing technologies.