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Minor in Computer Applications in Ministry

The minor in Computer Applications in Ministry is a program of study designed to prepare graduates to effectively use computer technologies within a local church or other ministry setting.  Coursework for the minor can be used to fulfill elective requirements in a major area of study.

 

 

PROGRAM DIRECTOR

Mr. Mark Woodhouse 

 

Program Mission

To equip students to effectively use computer technology in their own Bible study, their local church, or other Christian ministries.

Program Outcomes

The student will:

  1. Effectively apply information processing technology to areas of church automation, Christian ministry, and biblical studies
  2. Take full advantage of the Internet through effective research techniques, communications applications, and the design and implementation of web-based solutions for ministry operations and publicity.
  3. Create effective computer-based graphics for publication and presentation
  4. Create, edit and integrate multimedia components (text, graphics, animation, sound, and video) to support cohesive and effective communications.
     

Computer Applications in Ministry Minor Requirements

  • Fundamental Computer Literacy (CS 101) or demonstrated competency
  • Computer-Assisted Bible Study/Computers in Ministry (CS 225)
  • Computer Graphics (CS 315)
  • Leveraging the World Wide Web (CS 325)
  • Publications (CS 380)
  • Multimedia Systems (CS 435)

18 credit hours