Student Learning Outcomes
The M.S. Computer Information Science program provides students with a structured study of applied technical solutions to real-world problems. At the completion of this program, students will be able to do the following:
- Understand a program from definition through implementation and review.
- Use problem solving techniques through software engineering methodologies in real-world cases.
- Manage the problem solution through the gathering of requirements, problem refinement, design modeling, implementation, and user-testing.
- Use problem solving techniques and skills to analyze, design, and develop project solutions through iterative processes and project management from requirements gathering through deployment.
- Demonstrate group work, presentation skills, and collaboration through the use of technology.