The Continuing Education Certificate in Computer Information Systems is designed to provide the college graduate or career-interruption student the opportunity for intensive study of Bible/theology and to equip them to effectively use technology in support of a variety of vocations and ministries.
Program Director: Stephen J. Elliot
The student will:
- Develop basic knowledge of biblical content and Christian Theology.
- Evidence a commitment to growth in Christian character and lifestyle..
- Demonstrate the knowledge and skills needed to use computer technology effectively in work and ministry.
- Complete a minimum of 30 credit hours.
- Maintain at least a 2.0 cumulative grade point average and receive a passing grade in all required courses.
- Complete the general graduation requirements listed in the Academic Life section of the catalog.
- Pay all applicable fees for this major as determined by the Business office and published in the annual statement of fees.
Continuing Education Certificate in Computer Applications in Ministry Requirements:
- Bible/Theology (15 credits)
- Old Testament Survey 1 (BT 102)
- Old Testament Survey 2 (BT 104)
- New Testament Survey (BT 106)
- Survey of Doctrine (BT 151)
- Bible/Theology Elective
- Chapel (CCS 110)
- Servant Leader Training (CCS 120)
- Computer Studies (15/18 credits)
- Fundamental Computer Literacy (CS 101) or demonstrated competency
- Logical Analysis (PH 108)
- Two Computer Information Systems Core Courses (6 credits):
- Modern Programming Techniques using Visual Basic (CS 151)
- Introduction to Computer Hardware (CS 217)
- Introduction to Networking and Security (CS 222)
- Introduction to Operating Systems (CS 230)
- Two Computer Electives (6 credits)
30/33 credit hours
Award: Continuing Education Certificate in Computer Applications in Ministry