Computer Science - Degree Program | Geneva College

BS Major • Minor

Computer Science

Explore computers and your calling as you learn to create by means of coding

Computers play a vital role in everyday life. Learn how data, networks, security, and programs can be used ethically, and consider your role as a steward of technology. A degree from Geneva in computer science prepares you to use your skills to support and protect others

Geneva prepares you to make a meaningful impact in your career, community and life.

Personalized Approach

Focus on your interests with minors like cybersecurity, data science, and mobile technology

Theory Into Practice

Put classroom learning into practice through labs and hands-on applications

Internship Opportunities

Gain valuable experience interning with local companies

State-of-the-art Computer Labs

Take advantage of Windows- and Linux-based microcomputers available for all computer science majors

Key Courses

Big Data Analytics

Extract, verify, and present information using the newest data collection technologies

Networks & Security

Look behind the scenes of computer science, data networks, telecommunications, security, firewalls, and much more

Web Programming

Develop data-driven web applications while mastering the new programming languages

Cyberlaw and Cyberethics

Discuss the legal and ethical issues of hacking and consider your own responsibility from a Christian perspective

Experienced & Accomplished Faculty

Computer Science majors will demonstrate knowledge in general domain, focused domain, domain application, and faith integration.
  1. Students demonstrate conceptual knowledge of foundational areas of computer science. These areas include:
    • programming
    • software engineering
    • database systems
    • networks
  2. Students demonstrate conceptual knowledge in one of our predefined minors for computer science. Minors available are:
    • Web & Mobile
    • Data Science
    • Cybersecurity
  3. Students carry out problem analysis, synthesis, and evaluation utilizing the appropriate techniques and principles to develop computer-related solutions.
  4. Students are able to identify ethical issues related to computer science and articulate a Christian response to them.

Career Outcomes

Graduates who aspire to have an impact in their communities and their careers through a Geneva Education gain expertise in this field enhanced by academics rooted in Christian values and ethics in Geneva’s program.


New Information Systems Analyst openings expected by the year 2030 (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics)


With an 8% growth rate over the next ten years, Database Administrators are in demand

“You’re taking the rules of logic, basically the operating system that God has coded for creation, and creating software that affects and improves the world.” Logan, computer science major

Be prepared for careers such as...

  • Software Engineer
  • Database Administrator
  • Systems Analyst
  • Web Application Developer
  • Data Scientist

Further your impact...

  • Consult on manufacturing applications, engineering projects, or national security plans
  • Earn your master’s from top-notch schools like Carnegie Mellon University and University of Pennsylvania
  • Use your software engineering skills to help businesses grow their influence and brand

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