MS in Software Management

Student Learning Outcomes

(a) Students will have the ability to meet the dynamic organizational demands in the areas of software engineering, business information systems, and information technology.

(b) Students will have the ability to career advancement or career change in software engineering.

(c) Students will have the ability to apply their specific program knowledge to couple theoretical knowledge with "real world" problem solving.

(d) Students will engage in a path of lifelong learning.

(e) Students will have the ability to recognize, articulate, and act in accordance with the highest standard of ethical, professional, and social behavior.

(f) Students will demonstrate that they have relevant, practical, and applicable knowledge available in software areas enabling them to systematically analyze business situations and propose, plan and manage rigorous software development strategies and efforts to fulfill organizational objectives.