Computer Science Cybersecurity Major (B.S.)
The Computer Science Cybersecurity major has the purpose of developing Christ-centered men and women with the values, knowledge, and skills essential to impact computing-related disciplines in tomorrow’s world, including Cybersecurity. Students are exposed to the computer science core body of knowledge from a Christian worldview. Equipped with a firm foundation in algorithms and problem solving, they learn to analyze problems and design, implement, and test software solutions in a secure manner. Students also develop a strong background in mathematics to cultivate their reasoning abilities and manage advance topics such as modern cryptography. Faculty help students prepare for a lifetime of service while encouraging undergraduate research and effective application of technology from a Christian worldview.
Program Learning Outcomes
The student will be able to:
- Develop computing programs and protocols to solve cybersecurity-related problems.
- Apply information technology principles and tools to provide solutions to cybersecurity-related issues.
- Evaluate the legal and ethical environment for cybersecurity applications and make informed decision based on biblical worldview.