Department Mission and Objectives
The mission of the Computer Science Programs is to produce computer science graduates who, trained in the design, implementation, and analysis of computational systems and skilled in technical communication, will contribute towards the advancement of computing science and technology.
- BS (CS)
Program Educational Objectives
Within a few years of graduating with a degree in Computer Science, our students will demonstrate that they have:
- The capability to tackle complex computer science related problems in the real world;
- Contributed towards the advancement of computing science and technology;
- The capacity to work effectively with peers in computational tasks;
- Cognizance of ethical, social, and legal issues pertaining to computer science.
- The ability to design, implement, and analyze computational systems;
- (a) The ability to design, implement, and test small software programs,
(b) The ability to design, implement, and test large programming projects;
- Knowledge of the theoretical concepts of computing;
- Knowledge of the fundamental principles of programming languages, systems, and machine architectures;
- Exposure to one or more computer science application areas;
- Technical communication skills in written and oral form;
- The capacity to work as part of a team;
- Awareness of the legal, ethical and societal impact of developments in the field of computer science.
Note: The term program outcome appears instead of Student Outcome in the AIMS catalog, in our course assessment reports, and in most of our documentation,