Part of the department of Mathematics and Computer Science
In the rapidly evolving world of technology, the computer science major at Gordon will equip you to be a perpetual learner—always adapting and advancing. Because we view our ability to create elegant, innovative solutions as a reflection of God the creator, you’ll walk away with a firm grasp on the enduring principles that are foundational to computer science and the Christian faith. Within this close-knit department, you’ll benefit from collaboration with motivated peers and experienced faculty. Depending on your preferred career path and additional areas of study, you can choose to earn either a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in Computer Science.
A computer science degree can be used in nearly any industry. Whether you want to offer technical solutions for problems in business, healthcare, nonprofits, education, government or high-tech—or teach others the art of computer science—the possibilities are vast.
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“At Gordon, I learned how to learn—a skill that is paramount in the fast-changing high-tech field. My classes in computer science and music helped me hone my critical thinking abilities and develop my creativity.”
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As a computer science student, you’ll participate in an intensive yearlong software development project in which you’ll work with a faculty member to develop a real solution to a real problem. You’ll be part of a close-knit group that that gathers regularly for events and shared meals, and interacts with alumni in the field. Many students also choose to participate in other opportunities:
Engage in a longstanding tradition of creative computing, in the company of globally-acclaimed scholars, designers and entrepreneurs.
In addition to your computer science major, you may decide to broaden your education by completing a second major in another discipline. You could choose a closely related discipline such as physics or mathematics, or perhaps business administration or biblical studies.
For more information, contact:
Professor of Computer Science
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science