Programs in the Department of Computing and Technology

410 - Technology - BS

AY 2013-2014 Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Students will demonstrate effective communication skills using oral presentations, written documents, and productivity software.
  2. Students will identify ethical situations from case studies.
  3. Students must know the mission and purpose of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. 

414 - Information Technology - BS

AY 2013-2014 Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Students will understand IT ethical standards.
  2. Students will effectively communicate in writing with people in the information technology field.
  3. Students will develop computer programs using a high level programming language.
  4. Students will demonstrate an understanding of computer networks.
  5. Students will demonstrate an understanding of database management systems.
  6. Students will demonstrate an ability to work effectively in teams.
  7. Students will effectively communicate orally with people in the information technology field.

415 - Computer Science - BS

AY 2013-2014 Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Students will design and implement a working program.
  2. Students will compare and use data structures and algorithms to solve problems.
  3. Students will solve problems related to operating systems and networking.
  4. Students will explain software solutions effectively.

420 - Multimedia Design - BS

AY 2013-2014 Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Learners will describe and demonstrate how they use graphics (photo, video, artwork, chart or animation) and/or text (spoken as narration, or written) to communicate informational, Educational, marketing or entertainment messages effectively.
  2. Learners will identify situations with the potential for ethical or legal conflict and explain how these situations were resolved. 
  3. Learners will describe and show how they conducted needs, task, and audience analyses in order to develop sequential multimedia content.
  4. Learners will describe and demonstrate how they created or captured, then edited, and combined media for use in informational, marketing, edutainment, e-learning or web-based products.
  5. Learners will describe and demonstrate their development of an e-Learning, informational, edutainment, marketing or other multimedia product that demonstrates medium interactivity, high interactivity, or game development.
  6. Students will analyze the characteristics of one advanced web authoring tool for use in the development of a professional-level instructional, marketing, or entertainment product.

510 - Multimedia Design - AAS

AY 2013-2014 Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Learners will identify situations with the potential for ethical or legal conflict and explain how these situations were resolved. 
  2. Learners will describe and show how they constructed needs, task, and audience analyses in order to develop sequential multimedia content.
  3. Learners will describe and demonstrate their use of some combination of HTML, or other web development language (and/or in conjunction with web authoring tools) to develop web systems.
  4. Learners will describe and demonstrate how they created or captured, then edited, and combined media for use in informational, marketing, edutainment, e-learning or web-based products.
  5. Learners will describe and demonstrate their development of an e-Learning, informational, edutainment, marketing or other multimedia product that demonstrates medium interactivity, high interactivity, or game development.

514 - Information Technology - AAS

AY 2013-2014 Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Students will understand IT ethical standards.
  2. Students will effectively communicate in writing with technical people in the information technology field.
  3. Students will develop computer programs using a programming language.
  4. Students will demonstrate an understanding of computer networks.
  5. Students will effectively communicate orally with people in the information technology field.