Department of Mathematical, Information & Computer Sciences

Student Learning Outcomes

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Student Learning Outcomes Curriculum Maps Assessment Plan Use of the Evidence of Student Learning Points of Distinction Mission Meaning, Quality, & Integrity

Student Learning Outcomes

Department of Mathematical, Information and Computer Sciences has the following overarching learning outcomes for our degree programs:

  • Graduates will have a coherent and broad based knowledge of their discipline.
  • Students will develop characteristics necessary to be effective members of the communities where they work and live.
  • We believe that work is an act of service.  Graduates will be prepared to serve a complex world through their technical and professional abilities. This includes preparation careers in business, industry, government and the non-profit sector; graduate study; and secondary teaching.

The specifics of how these learning outcomes are achieved in each of Computer Science, Information Systems and Mathematics can be seen in the detailed program learning outcomes for each major.   The connection between program, department and institutional learning outcomes can be seen in the curriculum maps for each major.

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