Unified Objectives for IS and CS Programs
Objective #1 (UO1): Students receiving a bachelor\'s degree from the College of IS&T are employed in a job that makes use of their education, and they compare favorably with students receiving degrees from 4-year programs producing graduates who compete for jobs with College of IS&T graduates.
Objective #2 (UO2): The College of IS&T will recruit, retain, and graduate students from diverse populations.
Objective #3 (UO3): Students receiving a bachelor\'s degree from the College of IS&T participate in life-long learning.
Objective #4 (UO4): Faculty in the College of IS&T contribute to the advancement of their disciplines through scholarly activity.
Objective #5 (UO5): Faculty in the College of IS&T regularly update their professional knowledge and skills and continually develop and enhance programs to meet the needs of our students and community.
Objective #6 (UO6): Students, faculty, and staff in the College of IS&T participate in community and professional outreach.
Objective #7 (UO7): Resources available to the College of IS&T are appropriate to the programs offered and are used in an efficient and effective manner.
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