Computer Information Technology Learning Outcomes

Through collaborations with professionals in the field, internships, classroom teaching and hands-on experience, you'll immerse yourself in Computer Information Technology techniques and procedures. This deep set of proficiencies in multiple areas will increase your integrity and marketability in today's highly competitive marketplace.

By the time you complete the academic and internship requirements for your Computer Information Technology degree, you will be able to:

  • Compare and contrast different computer technologies including networks, servers, programming languages and database systems.
  • Write, test, and maintain computer programs in at least two languages.
  • Analyze computer users' needs in order to design, construct, test, and maintain computer application software or systems.
  • Design and develop a website using the appropriate mix of graphical, text and programming elements.
  • Maintain a physical web presence on the Internet.
  • Effectively utilize database and database management systems to organize, store and retrieve data
  • Demonstrate an understanding of network systems and data communications including network modeling, analysis, and planning.
  • Analyze the computer and information needs of an organization.
  • Analyze the performance of an enterprise level information system.
  • Troubleshoot, maintain, and update an enterprise level information system.
  • Plan, document, and discuss potential changes and impacts to an enterprise information system.
  • Effectively communicate technical information verbally, in writing, and in presentations.
  • Demonstrate to an organization how information technology can be used as a competitive tool to increase competitive advantage.
  • Effectively design and develop an appropriate web presence in a team environment.
  • Use appropriate resources to stay abreast of the latest industry development tools and techniques
  • Cite and comply with relevant industry and organizational codes of conduct and ethics.

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