The program educational objectives(PEOs) of the Computer Science and Computer Information Systems degrees at Southeast are broad statements that describe professional accomplishments that the Department of Computer Science is preparing their graduates to achieve during their career.
Specifically, the PEOs of both the Computer Science and Computer Information Systems programs are defined as preparing students to become:
The student outcomes (SOs) of the Computer Science and Computer Information Systems degrees at Southeast are narrower statements that describe what students are expected to know and be able to do by the time of graduation. In other words, these relate to the skills, knowledge, and behaviors that students acquire in their matriculation through the degree program.
Specifically, the student outcomes (SOs) of both the Computer Science and Computer Information Systems programs are that upon graduation students will be able to:
|Computer Information Systems||7||7||6||14||10|
|Computer Science Total||22||28||23||39||42|
|Computer Information Systems (BS)||64||85||94||96||89|
|Computer Science (BS)||129||111||147||165||183|
|Computer Science Total||193||196||241||261||410|
*The BS in Cybersecurity degree is a new addition to the Department of Computer Science as of the Fall of 2016.