majors

Digital Media (DM)  – program requirements – GC website

  • Audio Recording
  • Game Design & Development
  • Graphic Design
  • Internet Development
  • Video & Film

The digital media major prepares students to become content creators in a world that is constantly being shaped by technology. This preparation includes the cultivation of analytic and critical thinking skills as well as the ability to work and communicate with others on complex interdisciplinary projects integrating digital music, digital art, web-based technologies, and computer programming skills.

Students will learn to integrate their Christian worldview as an extension of the creative process as revealed in digital content, presenting themselves as moral and responsible Christian professionals. The digital media major emphasizes a broad-based, theoretical understanding of the delivery tools, which will allow them, as life long learners, to keep pace with rapidly changing technology over the course of their careers. Students also learn the technical skills necessary to begin as content creators following graduation. Students who successfully complete the digital media major can expect entry-level professional positions or admission to graduate school upon graduation.
The digital media major requires students to complete 52 credits. Digital media majors may also select to complete an optional track which would require the completion of 15-17 additional credits. Students who complete the digital media major are eligible to receive the bachelor of science degree.
Computer Information Systems (CIS)  – program requirements – GC website

The computer and information systems major will help prepare students to function as information professionals in a world that is being constantly transformed by technology. This preparation includes the cultivation of analytic and critical thinking skills as well as the ability to work and communicate with others on complex projects. Students will learn to integrate insights into God’s creation derived from computer science and information systems with their Christian understanding of the world and to present themselves as moral and responsible Christian professionals and servant leaders. The computer and information systems major emphasizes the theoretical foundations of information systems that will allow them, as life-long learners, to keep pace with rapidly changing technology over the course of their careers. Students also learn the technical skills necessary to begin as information professionals following graduation. Students who successfully complete the computer and information systems major can expect entry-level professional positions or admission to graduate school upon graduation.

The computer and information systems major requires the completion of 41 credits. The computer and information systems major leads to a bachelor of science degree.