Technology is a great industry with the ability to change the world. The Computing and Data Analytics program at Trinity prepares students for careers in technology, and it also helps them to consider how they can make a difference with their computer science and data analytics career. Shaped by the Christian perspective, graduates enter their careers ready to make an impact.
When earning your degree in Computing or Data Analytics from Trinity, you will gain valuable skills you can put to practice in a range of careers working not only in technology firms, but in business in all types of industries. The computing and data analytics field is becoming increasingly nuanced and competitive, meaning skilled and trained professionals are in high demand. Some Trinity graduates choose to work as data scientists or software testers, while others pursue roles working as programmers, web developers, analysts, software engineers, network administrators, and more.
Trinity’s campus is conveniently located just 30 minutes from Chicago, providing students with easy access to career opportunities and internships, as well as offering world-class social and cultural opportunities. The best way to learn about all our campus has to offer is to schedule a visit.
The computing major will provide you with a solid foundation in computer science along with understanding and abilities in networks, web and mobile technologies, databases, and other computer technologies.
Trinity’s approach to data analytics uses collaborative problem-solving, project-based learning, and Christian formation to graduate students who can see broad contexts, think big picture, solve hard problems, and ask difficult and important questions.
At Trinity, you can earn a Bachelor of Arts degree in digital design, or choose to minor in digital design. Studies in digital design combine art, art history, computer science, communication arts and business courses.
Earn your minor in computing. Computer technologies are transforming so many areas of human society that there is a rapidly growing need for those who are well rounded and possess a solid liberal arts education.