Learning Outcome Matrix
Program Code: COMPB
Start Date: 2023-09-02
Bachelor of Science - Computer Science
COMP111Introduction to Computer Science & Object-Oriented ProgrammingXXX
COMP121Object-Oriented Data Structures & Algorithms IXXXX
COMP201Principles of Computer OrganizationXXX
COMP204Principles of Computer NetworksXXX
COMP215Programming Language: Principles & PracticeXXX
COMP281Database Management SystemsXXXX
COMP294Computer Science Practicum IXXXXXXXXXX
COMP311Object-Oriented Data Structures & Algorithms IIXXXX
COMP321Application Server ProgrammingXXXX
COMP323Fundamentals of Operating SystemsXXXX
COMP325Human-Computer InteractionXXXX
COMP394Computer Science Practicum IIXXXXXXXXXX
COMP461Enterprise Software ArchitectureXXXX
COMP486Object-Oriented Analysis & DesignXXXX
COMP495Computer Science Practicum Iii/CapstoneXXXXXXXXXX
ISEC200Cyber Security FundamentalsXXX
MATH320Discrete Mathematics
MIS310Info Systems Architecture & TechnologyXXXX
Institution Learning Outcomes
ILO1Communication: Communicate professionally using a variety of modalities (written, spoken, and technological).
ILO2Critical Thinking: Analyze and evaluate information to make reasoned arguments and solve problems.
ILO3Civic & Global Engagement: Integrate knowledge and skills to engage with and respond to social, environmental, and economic challenges at local, national, and global levels.
ILO4Ethics: Analyze and evaluate complex issues and situations to make informed ethical decisions.
ILO5Disciplinary Expertise
Program Learning Outcomes
COMPB1Analyze a complex computing problem and to apply principles of computing to identify solutions.
COMPB2Design, implement, and evaluate a computing-based solution to meet a given set of requirements in the context of the program’s discipline.
COMPB3Communicate effectively in a variety of professional contexts.
COMPB4Recognize professional responsibilities and make informed judgments in computing practice based on ethical principles.
COMPB5Function effectively as a member or leader of a team engaged in activities appropriate to the program’s discipline.