Students who intend to graduate with a baccalaureate degree are required to have passed at least three (3) courses which include a strong component or emphasis on using information and communication technology.
Technology intensive courses are designated TN in the course descriptions (see page 320).
Graduating students will engage in emerging information technologies. Every student will:
demonstrate proficiency in the use of appropriate software applications for writing, email, presentations, and numerical information;
utilize discipline-appropriate software and hardware;
show the ability to find, evaluate, organize, disseminate and internalize information from a variety of sources;
develop the skills necessary to be independent, lifelong learners.
Students who intend to graduate with a baccalaureate degree are required to take and pass at least one course of experiential learning. Examples are student teaching, internships, undergraduate research, cooperative education experiences, practica, experiences abroad, and senior projects.