BACHELOR OF ARTS IN COMPUTER SCIENCE (BACS)

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Program Description

The mission of the School of Computer Science is to provide graduates with the durable knowledge necessary to become future leaders in the rapidly evolving discipline of Computer Science as well as in other computer-related fields. The Computer Science major will prepare students to succeed in a wide range of computer-science-related careers including software engineering, databases, computer security, networks, system administration, etc., and they will be sufficiently prepared to be innovative and ethical leaders in a global society.

This program will produce graduates suitable for employment in industry, government, or entrepreneurial endeavors, and who can advance professionally with significant technical achievements and expanded leadership responsibilities. Graduates will have sufficient teamwork, communication, and interpersonal skills to enable them to work with others effectively in their careers, and they will be sufficiently prepared to be innovative and ethical leaders in a global society.

Last updated Oct 2020

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VISION The vision of GCU is to glorify God by equipping students who will proclaim God's Word, to build up the body of Christ through education, and to advance God's kingdom by reaching out to the glo ... Read More

VISION The vision of GCU is to glorify God by equipping students who will proclaim God's Word, to build up the body of Christ through education, and to advance God's kingdom by reaching out to the globe. GCU seeks to maintain an appropriate balance between training for academics and professionalism. OUR MISSION The mission of GCU is to educate qualified students to become global leaders with Biblical principles, and to equip them with competent knowledge, skills and Christian Worldview to serve the church, communities, societies, the nation, and the world through excellent Christian higher education. GCU serves its commitment to meet the educational needs of the multiethnic student body coming from diverse socioeconomic backgrounds. Read less