ORU LEARNING OUTCOMES
ORU has identified five institutional learning outcomes that align with the ORU Mission Statement and ORU's philosophy of whole person education:
- Spiritual Integrity
- Personal Resilience
- Intellectual Pursuit
- Global Engagement
- Bold Vision
COMPUTING AND MATHEMATICS LEARNING OUTCOMES
The CM Department has adopted learning outcomes which serve as evidence that students have progressed toward or have attained the University outcomes.
- The Applied Science program <insert>
- The Computer Information Technology
- and Computer Science programs are designed to provide (1) an appreciation for the impact of the computer on modern-day society, (2) valuable skills for use in any discipline, (3) training in rapidly growing area of information technology and computer science, and (4) the background necessary for graduate work in information technology. The Computer Information Technology program also provides skills in application development and deployment.
- Studying and researching the classical fields of Mathematics as part of the Mathematics program provides students with (1) a foundation in pure mathematics, (2) the necessary quantitative skills valued by most professions, and (3) a foundation for graduate studies in Mathematics. Concentrations in Data Science, Premedicine, and Prehealth Professions are available in the Mathematics major.
- The Mathematics Preactuary program <insert>
- IT program
The Master of Science in Computer Science program develops Spirit-empowered leaders who possess an advanced understanding of essential Computer Science knowledge and are prepared to be career leaders in the computing industry. The degree includes two concentration: Computer Science and Data Science. Each concentration is designed to offer a structured set of courses tailored to their industry.