Computer Applications

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Student Learning Outcomes

UMFK Computer Applications graduates will be able to:

  1. Apply knowledge of computing and information technologies to produce effective designs and solutions for specific computer-based problems;
  2. Identify, analyze, and synthesize scholarly literature relating to one or more fields of computer science, information science, or information technology;
  3. Use software development tools, software systems, and modern computing platforms;
  4. Describe the impact upon society of computers, and the technical and human aspects of this impact;
  5. Program in depth in at least one high-level programming language with additional knowledge of at least one other high-level programming language;
  6. Participate as an active and effective member of a project team to achieve specific computer-based outcomes;
  7. Effectively participate in all stages of the systems development life cycle;
  8. Describe computer hardware control logic and microarchitecture design issues;
  9. Demonstrate specific computer-based outcomes via application of effective communication and management skills;
  10. Complete intricate projects/experiences within the area of concentration;
  11. Analyze and synthesize information to generate knowledge for the area of concentration;
  12. Effectively communicate during project development and present results for the area of concentration.