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  • At the conclusion of any of the programs of study leading to the degree of Master of Science in Computer and Information Science, the graduate is able to:

    1. Elicit, document, and analyze the requirements for software systems
    2. Obtain a comprehension of the evolving technology and its ramifications
    3. Identify, plan, and manage the schedule and risks for the activities involved in software-based systems development
    4. Provide a research contribution or development of value to the profession, industry or society
    5. Exhibit skills to support continued development and improvement of their professional abilities
    6. Exhibit skills necessary to make ethical decisions as a moral and conscientious individual and as a citizen of their professions, their society, and their place of employment

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