M.S. Computing & Business
Computing and Business combine the worlds of bytes and business to teach you how to design and develop sophisticated apps and software systems used by top corporations and financial firms.
- A graduating student is prepared to work as a computing professional in a business environment.
- A graduating student is prepared to be both professionally and socially engaged in the profession.
- A graduating student is prepared for life-long learning and continuing professional development and training in Computing and Business.
- A graduating student is prepared to engage in research at the intersection of Computing and Business.
- Analyze business problems.
- Apply the fundamental computing and mathematical concepts in business.
- Identify system and software requirements necessary to solve business problems.
- Design, implement and evaluate computer-based systems, processes, components and programs so that they meet the desired needs of businesses.
- Understand the professional, ethical and social responsibilities of a computing professional in a business environment.
- Communicate effectively in spoken and written forms.
- Analyze the impact of computing on individuals, organizations and society as a whole, and in the context of a range of ethical, legal, security and global policy issues.
- Understand current technologies and the need for life-long learning.
- Recognize the necessity of engaging in continual professional development, and develop the ability to do so.
- Understand state of the art research and apply research methods to solving new problems.
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Nakayama, Marvin K.
Rohloff, Kurt R.
Shih, Frank Y.