- Reformed Perspective: The student will articulate a Reformed Christian perspective of computing.
- Creativity: The student will innovatively employ computing concepts and technologies in ways that enhance cultural activity.
a. Computer Science: The student will evaluate the effectiveness and utility of computer technologies using established theories and methodologies of computer science and mathematical algorithms.
b. Computing: The student will evaluate computer technologies using established theories and methodologies of the computing profession and determine the appropriateness of applying these technologies to varying societal domains.
- Core Foundational Knowledge
a. Computer Science: The student will demonstrate a mastery of programming, a familiarity with key fundamental theories and methodologies of computer science, and a familiarity with scholarly discourse in the field of computer science.
b. Computing: The student will demonstrate competency in programming and in key fundamental principles and practices of professional computing and will identify solutions to technological problems that arise using emerging technologies.
- Communication/Connections: The student will communicate effectively the ways that other liberal arts contexts can be enriched by and be enriching to the understanding and practice of computing.
- Vocation/Service/Application: The student will apply knowledge and skills of computing in a setting of service to God’s kingdom.