To function effectively as IS professionals, graduates must achieve proficiency in each of the following areas:
Analytical and Critical Thinking
Interpersonal, Communication, and Team Skills
The general learning outcomes in each area are summarized below.
In the area of technology, the graduate will be able to:
Design and develop desktop and web-based applications using modern programming tools, techniques, and architectures.
Design and develop internet-based systems using sound web design principles and multi-tiered architectures
Model, design, and develop database systems, including administrative processes and procedures for database management.
Develop and configure safe and secure systems infrastructures that incorporate hardware, telecommunications, systems software, operating system, and systems configuration components.
The program seeks to develop a deeper understanding of the role of information systems within organizations, and the processes that support technology-enabled business development. The graduate will be able to: