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Our Bachelors of Science in Computer Science degree program is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.
The Computer Science program prepares its graduates to achieve significant career and professional accomplishments in four ways: as employable and accountable professionals, competent problem solvers, and selfless contributors.
Definition: Graduates are well prepared for employment or graduate work in their field, and to continue working in that field or related fields. This includes adaptability to different disciplines, environments, and tasks. They are fully prepared
for employment in chosen post -graduate pursuits.
Definition: Graduates are accountable for their professional roles, and pursue their profession in an ethical manner. This includes giving and receiving professional critique and review, communication and the responsibility for, and/or leadership
PEO 3) Competent CS Problem Solver
Definition: CS Problem solving focuses on computing technology - leveraging theoretical and mathematical foundations in exploring and implementing algorithms, languages as well as the techniques and methods to innovate and develop
computing systems and technologies. CS graduates apply current computing knowledge, technology, skills, techniques and methods to:
Definition: Graduates value collaborative teamwork and contribute to team accomplishment that goes beyond personal development They voluntarily give their time, talent, and/or resources to their community, profession, church
Students completing Gannon's Computer Science program learn to:
Apply computer science theory and software development fundamentals to produce computing-based solutions.