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B.S. Engineering and Computer Science

Overview

World-Changing Technologies. Unchanging Truth.

TMU offers an innovative curriculum 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. E&CS majors study computers and engineering both in theory and in practice, and also learn to leverage their careers to the honor of Christ and Scripture.

Alumni are now employed across the nation in high-visibility and high-productivity roles with some of the most well-known and innovative companies in the world, including Google, Amazon, Oracle, Tesla, Comcast, Intuit, Cloudflare, Raytheon, Nike, Windstream, Northrop Grumman, Electronic Arts, NBC Universal, and the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab, among many others. They are also strategically placed at Christian ministries and non-profits such as the Japanese Evangelical Missionary Society, Answers in Genesis, and locally at Grace Community Church.

Emphases

B.S. in Engineering & Computer Science degrees are accredited 4-year undergraduate degree programs offered on-campus in Santa Clarita. Students in E&CS programs will complete approximately 130 units to graduate with a Bachelor of Science (B.S.), depending on which of the six offered emphases is selected. The 4-year curriculum typically includes Bible units, worldview & skills (GE) units, engineering & computer science (E&CS/CIS) units, and emphasis/elective units. Some GE and Bible units may be taken through TMU Online. Students may also compile required classes in the TMU IBEX Israel Semester or in the TMU Italy Summer program.

Sample Courses

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Software Engineering

CIS322

This course is an introduction to the concepts and practices of software engineering. Topics include software processes, development operations, Agile methodology, requirements engineering, software architecture, project planning, user stories, system design, testing and integration, test-driven development, and software maintenance

Programming Languages & Systems

CIS321

Introduces programming language organization and structure. The course covers program run-time behavior and requirements; compiler and interpreter functions; and basic programming language analysis, design, and specification. It also introduces several programming language alternatives as examples.

Artificial Intelligence

CIS468

An introduction to artificial intelligence and the major methods, techniques, and algorithms of intelligent machines.

Machine Learning

CIS468

An introduction to machine learning and its major methods, techniques, and algorithms.

Artificial Intelligence ... leads a person of faith like myself to marvel at the complexity and genius of the brain.

David Crater

Next Steps: Applying

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.

Requirements:

  • Required statement of faith and pastoral recommendation
  • 3.6 GPA average for new applications
Study & Serve Abroad - IBEX

Study & Serve Abroad - IBEX

Study the Bible for a full semester in the land where the Bible was written.

Study & Serve Abroad - Italy

Study & Serve Abroad - Italy

Study & Serve Abroad - Italy

Continued Education

Master of Business Administration

Master of Business Administration

Continue your studies online. Further your career and develop the skills and knowledge to become a leader in the business world.

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