College of Business Program Goals and Student Learning Outcomes As of 07/21/2006

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College of Business Program Goals and Student Learning Outcomes As of 07/21/2006

Department: Business Computer Information Systems and Economics Program: B.S.B.A. Computer Information Systems Program Goals:

Provide a curriculum that prepares students to 1. Apply current information technologies to manage information and workflow and to solve IS problems. 2. Apply their understanding of computer networking to develop business-networking solutions. 3. Apply their application development knowledge to develop business desktop software solutions. 4. Apply application development knowledge to develop web-based software solutions. 5. Design and implement database solutions for businesses.

Student Learning Outcomes: (Goal 1)

1. Define IS Requirements. 2. Select appropriate IS based on requirements. 3. Define IS design. 4. Lay out input screen/report

(Goal 2)

5. Describe how IS infrastructure functions. 6. Describe how distributed IT is used for decision-making.

(Goal 3) (Goal 4)

8. Use C# programming language to create web applications with Visual Studio 9. Create Business Objects with Properties and Methods, given a class diagram. 10. Use ADO.Net with ASP.Net to create web applications that interact with a database 11. Design and create web applications using C#, business objects, given program requirements. 1 8/1/2006 Office of Assessment

College of Business Program Goals and Student Learning Outcomes As of 07/21/2006

Department: Business Computer Information Systems and Economics Program: B.S.B.A. Computer Information Systems, cont’d. Student Learning Outcomes: (Goal 5)

12. Model table databases. 13. Translate database models into designs. 14. Query databases. 15. Create database forms and reports. 16. Articulate database administrations tasks. 17. Build and populate tables. 18. Build simple and complex queries. 19. Design interfaces (form and reports) and pass information between them. 20. Learn database applications for the WWW. 2 8/1/2006 Office of Assessment

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