Computers and Business Department
Technology provides us with exciting challenges and opportunities as we enter the 21 st century. Its continued diversity extends the ability to communicate information, operate systems, and process data rapidly. Its use expands our thinking capacity, challenges our daily learning environment, and is a natural part of our lifestyle. Knowing how to use the computer and other forms of technology is essential in the classroom, the workplace, and the home.
Individual worth, business ethics, and Christian values are taught in conjunction with problem-solving and decision-making skills. Technological and data processing applications will be studied in relationship to their impact on business, education, and society, thus preparing students to become literate and productive citizens.
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