A Foundation Built on Tomorrow
Computer science is a fast growing and rapidly changing field. At Huntington, you will receive a solid foundation in the fundamentals of computer science, plus the flexibility to explore the latest innovations in technology and programming.
As a student, you will learn multiple industry-standard programming languages and development tools including the latest virtualization software. You will have access to research lab with Windows and Linux servers, dual-screen work stations, and two racks of networking equipment. You also will have the opportunity to specify your degree with four different program tracks.
In our degree programs, you’ll gain skills for today plus adaptability for tomorrow.
As a computer science student, you will gain real-world experience through a one-year group software development project. Students are strongly encouraged to complete internships (available through our Enterprise Resource Center) and independent research studies to further explore their specialized interests.
Multiple Tracks in Computer Science
Specialize your degree with tracks within the computer science program.
Huntington University’s Visual Arts Department is opening its senior exhibit Thursday, April 16. A variety of artistic mediums from six graduating seniors will be featured.
The exhibit will be held in the Robert E. Wilson Gallery located in the Merillat Centre for the Arts and will run through May 4. Students will host an artist reception on Saturday, April 18, at 6 p.m. The exhibit and the reception are free and open to the public.
The Wilson Gallery is open weekdays form 9 a.m. to 5…
The transition from majoring in youth ministry to studying computer science may be an odd one, but for Ben Crill it worked out perfectly. A 2003 graduate of Huntington University, Crill first came to the University to pursue a career in youth ministry. But during his time at Huntington, he explored other academic areas and found his niche in the computer science department. “I enjoyed…
Dr. Jeffrey L. Lehman joined the faculty of Huntington University in 1998. He earned a BA in computer science from Bluffton College in 1991, MS in applied computer science from Illinois State University in 1993, and PhD in computer science from Nova Southeastern University in 2004.