Computer Science Department
To be one of the nation’s Center of Excellence in the Discipline of Computing.
To develop students to be successful, ethical, and effective problem-solvers and life-long learners who will contribute positively to the economic well-being of our nation and who are prepared to tackle complex 21st Century challenges.
- Students will acquire the up-to-date technical knowledge and develop the skills needed for a successful careers in the computing industry.
- Students will be able to effectively disseminate information and results using both oral and written communication.
- Students will be aware of ethical and social issues related to technology and recognize their impact.
- Students will be provided with up-to-date curricula suited for the fast changing world of technology.
The goals of the computer science department are to help students develop problem-solving skills, especially those required to analyze, design and implement solutions involving the use of a computer; provide a background in modern computing systems and the theoretical aspects of computer science; challenge students to consider the ethical and social impacts of technology, enabling them to take responsible action informed by a Christian world view; prepare students for continued learning in a rapidly changing discipline and to continue the development of effective and relevant curricula that prepare graduates for initial and career-long success.