Program educational objectives are broad statements that describe what graduates are expected to attain within a few years after graduation. Program educational objectives are based on the needs of the program's constituencies and must be documented and measurable. The School of Computer & Information Sciences' (SCIS) program educational objectives span all SCIS degree programs. Graduates will be knowledgeable and skilled computer professionals. Graduates' knowledge will span the fundamentals of computer and information sciences, including an understanding of several advanced specialty areas. Graduates will have the technical knowledge and theoretical background in computing within a value-centered education. Analytic problem solving and critical thinking are trademarks of our graduates. Graduates will exhibit high standards of professionalism. Graduates will communicate clearly, work effectively as an individual or in a team, and take leadership roles within the profession. Graduates become contributors to the improvement and transformation of our society. Graduates will embrace a professional code of ethics in their professional careers. Graduates will understand the ethical, professional, and social responsibilities associated with their computer profession. They will recognize the social and global impact of their work. Graduates will adapt to the changing landscape of the computer profession. Graduates will be lifelong learners, updating their knowledge and skills regularly. Some graduates will pursue advanced degrees while others will take advantage of professional development opportunities. Our graduates are men and women committed to serving their community. Graduates apply analytic skills and knowledge to human needs and seek to preserve the best of the human heritage. Graduates are encouraged to develop skills and leadership abilities necessary for distinguished professional work and contributions to the improvement and transformation of society.