The School of Engineering and Computational Sciences continues with the purpose of producing Christ-centered men and women with the values, knowledge and skills necessary to impact computing and technology-related disciplines in tomorrow’s world.
Our students have access to the latest technology and a qualified faculty that seek to know them personally and to provide them with opportunities for education, research and training in a Christ-centered environment.
Faculty help students prepare themselves for a lifetime of service while encouraging undergraduate research and effective application of technology from a Christian worldview so that they may impact tomorrow’s socio-technological culture.
Our long-term vision is to create and maintain nationally recognized computing and engineering degrees, centers, institutes, and initiatives in education, research, training and missions so that our Christ-centered graduates can have the greatest impact on tomorrow’s world.
We hope to increase our efforts to impact the world through local, regional, national and worldwide missions.