1. The graduate will be able to serve as a liaison between an organization’s nontechnical personnel and its information technology personnel; thus providing the vital communication link between end users of technology and those who develop the technology for the end users.
  2. The graduate will be able to recognize opportunities for the application of “off-the-shelf” technology to the day-to-day problems faced by the graduate’s organization. Furthermore, the graduate, in many cases, will be able to apply this off-the-shelf technology directly to solving these problems.
  3. The graduate will be able to recognize and propose the creation of new information technology solutions to the organization’s long-term problems. The graduate will contribute to the development of these new solutions by representing the nontechnical end users in the development process.