Content: Students will develop a firm comprehension of the fundamental principles of computing
and the capabilities, limitations, and applications of algorithmic problem solving.
The study of these principles involves data structures and algorithms, their formal
properties, linguistic abstractions, hardware realizations, and the applications of
these concepts in several areas.
Skills: Students will master multiple approaches to programming and problem solving, apply
analytical methods that establish the correctness and efficiency of algorithms, use
levels of abstraction to manage complexity, and prepare to adapt to technological
changes in the field.
Communication: Students will be able to convey technical information in written and oral communication
to all audiences, experts and non-experts alike.