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. Stephen Elliot
To equip students to effectively use computer technology in their own Bible study, their local church, or other Christian ministries.
The student will:
- Effectively apply information processing technology to areas of church automation, Christian ministry, and biblical studies.
- 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.
- Create effective computer-based graphics for publication and presentation
- 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