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COMPUTER SCIENCE

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Computer Science

Bachelor’s in Computer & Information Sciences, emphasis in Computer Science

There’s no better place for a believer to study Computer Science than at The Master’s University. The Computer Science emphasis is designed to give students a practical introduction to the science of computers. It focuses on the technical side of computing, presenting basic theoretical material while maintaining a practical focus.

Students complete 53 emphasis-specific units in additional to General Education requirements and Bible requirements:

  • CIS core courses (26)

  • CS311 Computer Organization & Architecture (3)

  • CS332 Programming Languages & Systems (3)

  • CS402 Computer Algorithms (3)

  • CS492 Computer Science Senior Seminar (3)

  • MA121 Calculus I (3)

  • MA122 Calculus II (3)

  • MA253 Discrete Mathematics (3)

  • Upper division CS electives (6)

Students may also minor in Computer & Information Sciences. See details here under Major Requirements


Biblical Studies requirements (up to 21 units) may include:

  • B121 Essentials of Christian Thought (3)

  • B101+2 Old Testament Survey I + II (3 + 3)

  • B201+2 New Testament Survey I + II (3 + 3)

  • BTH321+2 Christian Theology I + II (3 + 3)


See the full degree checklist here: CIS Degree Checklist

Potential Careers

Core Courses

Biblical Studies (21 units)
CIS Core Courses (26 units)
CS311 Computer Org. & Architecture
CS332 Programming Languages & Sys.
CS402 Computer Algorithms
CS492 Computer Science Senior Seminar
MA121 Calculus I and II
MA253 Discrete Mathematics
Upper Division CIS Elective (x2)
General Education (37 units)

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