1. Bachelor of Science graduates will have clear understanding of the theoretical foundations of computing science, hardware structure and programming algorithms and languages.
  2. Graduates will be able to apply theory to the solution of practical business problems and to the analysis of existing algorithms and techniques, and to recommend techniques and algorithms appropriate to specific circumstances in the areas of automated systems.
  3. Graduates will also be able to develop and evaluate new solutions in information technology areas.
  4. Math/Science option graduates will seek employment in networking, hardware, and some systems-level programming or transfer to graduate schools for higher studies. Information systems graduates will be prepared for the business world, understanding business problems and creating computer-based solutions through programming, systems analysis, and design or may also decide to transfer to graduate schools for higher studies in business-based computing.