Upon successful completion of the Information Technology / Computer Information Systems Option Certificate program, graduates will be able to:

  1. Define and explain the major components of a computing system such as data representation, hardware, low-level and high-level programming languages, algorithms, abstract data types, operating systems, networking, and application software;
  2. Demonstrate proficiency in an object-oriented programming language with the ability to independently analyze a moderately complex problem, and design, implement and evaluate a programming solution with 200 to 1000 lines of code; and
  3. Design, implement, and manage moderately complex corporate database programs.
Last Updated: 12/12/17