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Bachelor Degree in Computer Information Management

 

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

Naaleh College’s Bachelor’s Degree in Computers Information Management covers a wide range of computer and technology aspects used in today's organizations such as application programming, security, networking and web development. The degree consists of a number of core courses that provide skills in different areas of programming. Students learn languages for software, web and mobile application development. In addition to building and writing programs, students complete courses in the fundamentals of information technology. This program is employer driven, providing hands-on experience in the skills needed for entry level positions in a broad spectrum of companies.

 

PROGRAM OUTCOMES:

  I.  Demonstrate proficiency in computer applications as evidenced by:

  1.    Creating word documents
  2. Publishing professional presentations.
  3. Manipulating data using spreadsheets and databases

II.    Build applications for various platforms including one or all of the following:

  1. Program in modern object-oriented programming languages, leveraging appropriate patterns and structures
  2. Develop and optimize websites on both client and server sides
  3. Produce mobile applications

III.   Design applications and drive their implementations as evidenced by:

  1. Assembling designs of systems and analyzing them
  2. Integrating security measures into designs
  3.  Incorporating computer networking to distribute components of systems within a firm and in the cloud

IV.   Construct the processes which consume and produce system data as evidenced by:

  1. Designing relational databases
  2. Programing applications to interact with databases
  3. Applying the tools and constructs required to handle Big Data

 

GENERAL EDUCATION OUTCOMES

 

V. Demonstrate creative thinking skills

  1. Student will be able to outline multiple solutions to a problem.  
  2. Student will be able to recognize consequences of solution and articulate reason for choosing solution.
  3. Student will be able to create a novel or unique idea, question, format, or product

VI. Demonstrate critical analysis skills.

  1. Student will be able to organize evidence to reveal insightful patterns, differences, or similarities.
  2. Student will be able to Synthesize in-depth information from relevant sources representing various points of view/ approaches.
  3. Student will be able to analyze arguments defining limitations and implications.

VII. Demonstrate ethical responsibility

  1. Student will be able to judge and evaluate business behavior.
  2. Student will be able to compare and contrast employee and employer relationships.
  3. Student will be able to argue for the importance of ethical work responsibility.

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

 


Computer Information Management Program Requirements

Course

Number

Course Title

Credit Hours

 

General Education

 

 

MAT 102

Algebra

3

Science, Technology and Math

Any MAT, CPT, or Science courses

6

Language and Literature

Any COM, LIT, or Language courses

6

Social Responsibility

SOC 102, SOC 103, or other Ethics courses

6

Social Sciences

Any PSY, JPHL, or other social science courses

9

 

Total General Education

30

 

Required Major Courses

CPT 101

Computer Applications

3

CPT 111

Programming in Java

3

CPT 121

Web Development I

3

CPT 202

Operating Systems

3

CPT 210

Database Management

3

CPT 212

C# Programming with Visual Studio.Net

3

CPT 222

Web Development II

3

CPT 230

Mobile Application Development

3

CPT 301

Information Security

3

CPT 311

Fundamentals of Networking

3

CPT 312

Information Technology Management

3

CPT 401

Big Data

3

CPT 412

Cloud Computing

3

 

Total Major Courses

39

 

Elective Credits (Choose from General or Judaic)

51

 

Total Program Credits

120

Upon completion of General Education and Required Major Courses, students may take any combination of electives to meet the required number. Elective courses are either general or Judaic


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