Computer information systems are used by almost everyone—organizations, businesses, government, education. Continual advances in computer technology require people who know how to install, program, administer, and troubleshoot a wide variety of computer systems.

Because they’re everywhere around us, it’s easy to forget that these technologies have a powerful ability to shape who we are and how we live. Christians need to be able to give leadership that emphasizes the appropriate use of technology and encourages service to others.

“The field of computer science provides tremendous opportunity to labor for the kingdom of God in our society,” says Professor Nick Breems. With rapid advances in technology, simply learning to use today’s hardware and software isn’t enough. 

You’ll receive personalized, quality instruction and advice from professors who are dedicated teachers and committed Christians. They will prepare you for tomorrow’s technology, helping you understand why things work the way they do and giving you the tools to be a responsible servant leader in the organization or business in which you work. Combined with hands-on learning experiences, Dordt College’s two- and four-year degree programs will prepare you to do an excellent job of serving users and meeting the information management needs of your organization.