Students majoring in Computer Information Science are expected to develop and demonstrate:
- ability to develop computer programs in a variety of computer languages;
- ability to store, retrieve, and process computer data and information;
- knowledge of the functional aspects of computer hardware and systems;
- confident familiarity with computer science concepts and methods that are needed in the application areas of mathematics and the physical sciences; and
- requisite knowledge in computer science to pursue further studies in the discipline.
In addition, Computer Information Science majors are expected to develop and demonstrate confident familiarity with computer information technology concepts and methods that are needed in the application areas of business and economics.
See College Catalogue for Courses and Programs of Study plus more information.