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Creative and Applied Computing

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the creative and applied computing major, a student will be able to

  • articulate how computing can be used to enhance the creation, presentation, or understanding of material originating across disciplines
  • demonstrate the ability to produce computer code as a tool to create, present, or enhance understanding of material across disciplines
  • demonstrate critical thinking and problem solving skills by choosing among alternative computational approaches to enhance the creation, presentation, or understanding of material originating across disciplines
  • articulate how computation has impacted society through the intersection with domains including legal, ethical, business, scientific, social, and cultural
  • collect, categorize, organize, and describe data in structured formats for computer interpretation
  • apply the underlying foundational logic of computer science to the storage and manipulation of data