Computer Science at Calvin University
Calvin’s computing programs are designed to build confident, capable leaders who champion service to others.
Our ABET-accredited Bachelor of Computer Science degree (BCS), our flexible computer science degree (CS Plus), and our data science and analytics degree (DS) are taught from a Christian perspective and will give you the opportunity to be creative, to make a difference and to pursue a great career.
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Majors, Minors and Programs
Explore the various programs offered in the Computer Science department.
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Spurring innovation in 24 hours
At CalvinHacks, Calvin's first marathon software and hardware development competition, Calvin students raced to create a variety of innovative computing projects.
News & Stories, March 27, 2019
NSF grant spurs innovation in parallel computing
Calvin College computer science professor Joel Adams is using a nearly $600,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to collaborate with several other universities in developing new methods of teaching parallel computing.
News & Stories, January 23, 2019
Calvin receives $1 million NSF grant to increase student retention in STEM
Calvin College faculty are working on finding solutions that will give every student an equal opportunity at success in STEM fields.
News & Stories, November 8, 2018
Calvin prof using AI to hear whisper in Twitter's whirlwind
Calvin prof Keith Vander Linden and senior Roy Adams are using artificial intelligence to analyze public opinion on Twitter.
News & Stories, July 16, 2018
Hymn database captures attention of millenials
Celebrating its tenth birthday July 19th, Hymnary.org has evolved and expanded since its 2008 release to serve the needs of an ever-increasing user base.
News & Stories, July 13, 2018
Conducting a chemical orchestra
This summer, a Calvin College professor and a pair of student researchers are building a chemometrics website on the institution's new supercomputer.
News & Stories, June 20, 2018