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b.

Define and use common computer science algorithms and related data structures for efficiently searching,

sorting, and merging data, and processing stacks, queues, trees, graphs, etc.

3.

Demonstrate knowledge of computer programming languages by being able to:

a.

Accurately discuss the history and development of computer programming languages.

b.

Correctly define and use terminology, issues, and tools related to programming languages and their design,

such as:

i.

Parameter passing methods, strongly and weakly typed languages, etc.

ii.

Bachus-Naur Form, FSA, PDA, Turing Machines, etc.

iii.

Compiler construction theory.

4.

Show an overall grasp of the field of Computer Science by being able to:

a.

Integrate topics and subjects within the field.

b.

Interpret and use current academic research.

c.

Speak and write effectively about ethical and moral issues related to the field.

Information Systems

1.

Display an understanding of basic principles of accounting and business management theory.

2.

Demonstrate an ability to use industry standard applications such as spreadsheets, databases, presentation tools,

etc. to solve business problems.

3.

Describe and use systems analysis and design techniques, and explain where and how they fit into the system

development life cycle.

4.

Demonstrate a working knowledge of the protocols and systems necessary to support a website, as well as an

ability to install and configure standard website system software (e.g., Microsoft IIS, Apache Server, etc.).

5.

Display a working knowledge of database principles and technologies by being able to:

a.

Describe the relational model.

b.

Correctly define and use data normalization techniques.

c.

Accurately use and interpret SQL database language syntax and semantics.

d.

Install, configure, and use a standard DBMS (e.g. Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, DB2, etc.).

6.

Show an overall grasp of the field of Computer Science by being able to:

a.

Integrate topics and subjects within the field.

b.

Interpret and use current academic research.

c.

Speak and write effectively about ethical and moral issues related to the field.

ENGLISH

English Core

1.

Demonstrate knowledge of a variety of genres, historical periods, styles, and modes.

2.

Write clear, effective, researched, and imaginative projects and articulate them within appropriate conceptual and

methodological frameworks.

3.

Demonstrate an understanding of the historical development of the English language and of literature written in

English from Old English to the present.

4.

Demonstrate a working knowledge of the content and historical context of British and American literary works,

as well as selected authors and works from World literature.

5.

Demonstrate a working knowledge of various theoretical approaches that inform the interpretation of literature

and culture.

FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCES

Family and Consumer Sciences Core

1.

Apply modern scientific methods and resources to evaluate issues and enhance quality of life through the

development of a knowledge and skill base in nutrition, food science and preparation, clothing construction, and

interior or clothing design principle application.

2.

Select and apply recognized methods in the field and one or more academic disciplines to identify the needs of

individuals and families.