Computer Programming Career - Learning Outcomes

  1. Apply the general rules of critical analysis and deductive reasoning to logically solve specific problems and to evaluate the results to determine if they are logically sound.
  2. Determine information needs, evaluate reliability of sources, access the information, decide its relevance and assemble it to meet their needs.
  3. Design, develop, test and debug computer programs written in a variety of languages to effectively solve problems.
  4. Analyze, evaluate and revise computer programs written by someone else.
  5. Construct effective data storage that can be accessed, manipulated and updated correctly.
  6. Assemble a broad based knowledge that will allow them to work effectively in the computing field and to write, edit and modify computer programs.
  7. Demonstrate an understanding of today’s computer environment, be able to appraise changes and will be able to acquire the knowledge and skills to adapt.
  8. Communicate effectively to convey technical information to the groups they support and to understand their needs.

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