Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Computer Engineering
The Computer Engineering program is designed for students who want to learn the theories and mechanisms behind the devices we use every day. Computer engineering sits at the meeting point between computer science and electrical engineering, giving students exposure to both fields while equipping them with practical experience in how they blend together in the art of designing computers.
Our goal in the Department of Engineering and Computer Science is to prepare students to excel in an increasingly complex technical world while living lives that glorify God. We equip our students with both theoretical and practical knowledge in their fields, and we teach everything from a thoroughly biblical worldview. Our graduates are prepared to enter a diverse array of future careers with the necessary discernment to think deeply and work intelligently as Christian professionals.
- Learn from and alongside top faculty in an innovative curriculum.
- Local internship opportunities and career guidance.
- Flexible class schedules and transfer requirements.
- Options to combine engineering studies with a Bible minor.
- Study Abroad options including the Israel Bible Extension program (IBEX) and other studies abroad options.
- Accredited by WASC.
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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
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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. Students in CE will complete TMU's 21 Bible units, 26 Math & Science Units, 37 Worldview & Skills units, and 45 Engineering & Computer Science units for a total of 129 units (of which 71 are major requirements). New classes include Computer Architecture, Physics of Computing, and more. Students will complete a Senior Design Project to graduate.
- Required statement of faith and pastoral recommendation
- 3.6 GPA average for new applications
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