Objectives & Outcomes and Enrollment & Graduation Data

Major, Bachelor of Science

Program Educational Objectives
Within five years after graduation, the graduates of the Bachelor of Science Computer Science program at Bowling Green State University will have demonstrated their ability to:

  • Advance their careers or pursue graduate studies in the highly dynamic and continually changing field of computer science;
  • Acquire new skills and master new technologies in order to successfully approach and solve real-world problems;
  • Participate in and successfully complete both independent and collaborative technical projects.

 

Student Outcomes (Learning Outcomes)

By the time of graduation, the students in the Bachelor of Science Computer Science program at Bowling Green State University are expected to be able to:

  • Analyze a given problem, and identify and define the computing requirements appropriate to its solution;
  • Use current techniques, skills, and tools in computing practice;
  • Apply mathematical foundations, algorithmic principles, and computer science theory as appropriate in modeling and solving real-world problems;
  • Understand the impact of professional, ethical, and social issues in computing;
  • Apply design and development principles in the construction of software systems of varying complexity;
  • Communicate effectively with large of audiences using oral, written, and electronic mediums;
  • Contribute effectively to professional teams in order to accomplish a common goal.

 


Major, Bachelor of Arts

Student Outcomes (Learning Outcomes)

By the time of graduation, the students in the Bachelor of Arts Computer Science program at Bowling Green State University are expected to be able to:

  • Program in a higher-level language;
  • Work effectively with a client and members of a software development team to analyze, specify, design, implement, test, and document software that meets the client's needs;
  • Acquire new computer-related skills independently as technologies evolve;
  • Communicate technical concepts to non-technical persons, both orally and in writing;
  • Develop a plan to integrate hardware and software into a particular environment;
  • Conduct  themselves  in an ethical and professional manner.

 


Enrollment and Graduation Data

Undergraduate Student Enrollment

  • 2011- Spring [B.S.: 221, B.A.: 11], Summer [B.S.: 70, B.A.: 4], Fall [B.S.: 235, B.A.: 8]
  • 2012- Spring [B.S.: 226, B.A.: 11], Summer [B.S.: 67, B.A.: 6], Fall [B.S.: 260, B.A.: 17]
  • 2013- Spring [B.S.: 247, B.A.: 19], Summer [B.S.: 65, B.A.: 5], Fall [B.S.: 290, B.A.: 15]
  • 2014- Spring [B.S.: 261, B.A.: 13], Summer [B.S.: 81, B.A.: 3], Fall [B.S.: 297, B.A.: 21]
  • 2015- Spring [B.S.: 288, B.A.: 18], Summer [B.S.: 81, B.A.: 7], Fall [B.S.: 322, B.A.: 22]
  • 2016- Spring [B.S.: 287, B.A.: 24], Summer [B.S.: 87, B.A.: 6], Fall [B.S.: 318, B.A.: 31]

Undergraduate Degrees Awarded

  • 2011- Spring [B.S.: 27, B.A.: 2], Summer [B.S.: 6, B.A.: 0], Fall [B.S.: 11, B.A.: 0]
  • 2012- Spring [B.S.: 25, B.A.: 1], Summer [B.S.: 5, B.A.: 1], Fall [B.S.: 16, B.A.: 1]
  • 2013- Spring [B.S.: 18, B.A.: 0], Summer [B.S.: 5, B.A.: 0], Fall [B.S.: 15, B.A.: 1]
  • 2014- Spring [B.S.: 27, B.A.: 2], Summer [B.S.: 7, B.A.: 0], Fall [B.S.: 9, B.A.: 3]
  • 2015- Spring [B.S.: 21, B.A.: 2], Summer [B.S.: 4, B.A.: 0], Fall [B.S.:17, B.A.: 1]
  • 2016- Spring [B.S.: 28, B.A.: 6], Summer [B.S.: 4, B.A.: 0]