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University closed on Tuesday
Due to the snowstorm, the University will remain closed today, Tuesday (Jan. 27) for
students, faculty and non-essential staff. For residential students, food service at Connecticut Hall is available Tuesday from
10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Please take care when walking around campus, as blizzard-like conditions
are expected during the day. An update about the status of the University for Wednesday will be announced later
Program Ojectives and Learning Outcomes
The educational objectives of the Computer Science program are as follows:
Graduates will be capable of productive employment in a computing technology field.
Graduates will have an understanding of ethical responsibility and service toward
their peers, employers and society.
Graduates will be able to communicate effectively and work collaboratively.
Graduates will be able to adapt and grow as work conditions and responsibilities change
with technology and globalization.
Graduates of the Computer Science program will be able to:
Analyze a computer based solution in software and hardware,
Design a computer based solution in software and hardware,
Implement and evaluate a computer based solution in software and hardware,
Demonstrate an understanding of the local and global societal impact of computing,
Demonstrate awareness of professional, ethical and social responsibilities related
Communicate effectively (written & orally),
Function on teams,and
Demonstrate recognition of the need for life-long learning and professional development.