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COMPUTER & INFORMATION SCIENCES


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Bachelor’s in Computer & Information Sciences

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Computer Science Information Systems

Also see:

M.I.S. (Business)

From cyber-security to bioinformatics to spotify, technology and programming is a dominant force in everyday life. This program offers an innovative curriculum partnered with CompTIA, taught by top faculty in focused class sizes, to prepare students to excel in an increasingly complex technical world while living lives that glorify God. CIS majors study computers both in theory and in practice, and also learn to leverage their careers to the honor of Christ and Scripture.

  • CompTIA Authorized Academy Partner - USA
  • Small class sizes allow for close teacher-student mentorship and a high-level of scholarship.
  • Top faculty also share in our commitment to Christ & Scripture.

ROOTED IN AN UNWAVERING DEVOTION TO JESUS CHRIST AND THE INERRANT WORD OF GOD, OUR WORLD-CLASS FACULTY AND DEDICATED ADMINISTRATION PREPARE EACH STUDENT’S HEART AND MIND FOR A LIFE OF ETERNAL INFLUENCE. - John MacArthur


On-Campus

STUDENT LIFE

  • Top-ranked Student Life: rated #2 Nationwide “Most Inspirational” by Wall Street Journal, and “A” Grade by Niche.com, and ranked #1 “Right Choice” University (Wall Street Journal 2017 & 2018)

  • 6 residence halls on one of America’s safest ranked campuses, with Santa Clarita consistently ranked one of the nation’s safest cities. Ranked Top 10% Nationwide for “Best College Dorms” and “Best College Campuses” (Niche 2020 ranking)

  • 3 Chapel services weekly for all faculty, staff and students. You may already live-stream the service here: Chapel. Additional opportunities for evangelism and community outreach include the CIS Club or The Master’s Chorale


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ADMISSIONS EVENTS

Southern California: a lively, oak-filled canyon campus close to both the mountains and the beach, endless career opportunities nearby, and an extensive network of recommended local churches. Prospective students and their families are invited to class-visits, 1-to-1 advising, and total-campus experiences year-round.


Study & Serve Abroad

C.I.S. students have the option to study at TMU’s Israel campus, plus a wide range of study locations varying by semester including GO! and TMU Italy.

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Affordability & Scholarships

40% of our undergraduate students graduated with no debt in 2019. We strive to offer students a Christ-centered education within the financial reach of all. This means paying less for school, graduating with less debt, and students starting their career better prepared for success.

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Alumni & Graduate Degrees

Salary Outlook (BLS 2017): The median annual wage for software developers, applications was $101,790 in May 2017. The median annual wage for software developers, systems software was $107,600 in May 2017. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $65,670, and the highest 10 percent earned more than $164,150.

For students pursuing graduate school, TMU’s 95% graduate school acceptance rate means students are very likely to be accepted to the graduate school of their choice.

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Admissions

Since 1927, the mission of The Master’s University is to empower students for a life of enduring commitment to Christ, biblical fidelity, moral integrity, intellectual growth and lasting contribution to the Kingdom of God worldwide.

  • Required Statement of Faith and Pastoral Recommendation

  • 3.6 GPA average for new applicants

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Experience this program for yourself

Prospective students and their families are invited to class-visits, 1-to-1 advising, total-campus experiences in upcoming events each Spring and Fall, including the 1/2 day Mondays@Master’s and the 2-day View the U events.

  • Events include Admissions and Financial Aid workshops
  • View the U includes overnight stay in the dorms hosted by current students
  • See more info: Admissions Events

CIS Core Courses

  • CIS111 Introduction to Computer Programming (3)

  • CIS112 Data Structures & Algorithms (3)

  • CIS202 Computer Hardware (3)

  • CIS301 Computer Organization & Architecture (3)

  • CIS302 Database Management Systems (3)

  • CIS311 Operating Systems (3)

  • CIS312 Networking Principles & Architecture (3)

  • CIS321 Programming Languages & Systems (3)

  • CIS322 Software Engineering (3)

  • CIS490 Internship (2)

  • CIS492 Senior Seminar (3)

  • MA253 Discrete Mathematics (3)

Total core courses (35)

Computer Science Emphasis Courses

  • CIS core courses (35)

  • CIS331 Web Application Development (3)

  • CIS332 Linux (3)

  • CIS351 Computer Security I (3)

  • MA121 Calculus I (3)

  • TWO OF THE FOLLOWING: (6)

  • MA122 Calculus II

  • MA231 Linear Algebra

  • MA262 Elementary Statistics

  • CIS Upper Division Electives

  • General Upper Division Electives: upper division electives from other departments are acceptable if approved by CIS chair for incorporation into Senior Seminar Capstone Project

Total units required for emphasis (53)

Information Systems Emphasis Courses

  • CIS core courses (35)

  • CIS341 Cloud Administration (3)

  • CIS342 Project Management & Enterprise Software (3)

  • ACC210 Accounting Fundamentals I (3)

  • MGT310 Management Theory (3)

  • TWO OF THE FOLLOWING: (6)

  • MA262 Elementary Statistics

  • CIS Upper Division Electives

  • General Upper Division Electives: upper division electives from other departments are acceptable if approved by CIS chair for incorporation into Senior Seminar Capstone Project

Total units required for emphasis (53)


Minor in Computer & Information Sciences

The following courses are required for a minor in Computer & Information Sciences:

  • CIS111 Introduction to Computer Programming (3)

  • CIS112 Data Structures & Algorithms (3)

  • CIS202 Computer Hardware (3)

  • CIS301 Computer Organization & Architecture (3)

  • CIS302 Database Management Systems (3)

  • CIS311 Operating Systems (3)

  • CIS312 Networking Principles & Architecture (3)

  • CIS321 Programming Languages & Systems (3)

  • CIS322 Software Engineering (3)

Total units required for minor (27)

Degree Checklists

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Programs

Program Credits

General Education: 37
Bible: 21
Major Core Courses: 35
Emphasis/Electives: 18

Sample Course Offerings:

  • Computer Organization & Architecture
  • Database Management Systems
  • Operating Systems
  • Networking Principles & Architecture
  • Programming Languages & Systems
  • Software Engineering
  • Computer Security I
  • Cloud Administration

Career Paths

  • Software Engineer
  • Cyber Security
  • Programming
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Systems Analyst
  • Operations Research Analyst
  • Data Warehousing
  • Web Developer
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