Computer Science Major

Transylvania’s computer science program combines the core, ACM-inspired knowledge and skills needed in the field while providing you with numerous opportunities to take courses in diverse areas such as robotics, augmented reality app coding and game design.

Professor Kenny Moorman

Technical graduate programs love to get students from liberal arts undergraduate institutions—they have the independent problem solving and communication skills needed to be successful.

Kenny Moorman,
professor of computer science

The core curriculum introduces students to the field and delves into subjects such as object-oriented design and computer hardware. Students also have the chance to more deeply explore topics such as cognitive science, operating systems and artificial intelligence.

This unique concentration approach allows students to focus on any area of study during their junior and senior years and tie it to computer science. In the senior project course, students apply that knowledge to a real world project. For example, they have built projects relating to staging theater productions, conducting political science research and creating computer animated films. Students have also participated in several outside research projects, including a National Science Foundation program with NASA.

Professer Moorman with students

Contacts

Robert England,
Associate Professor of Computer Science;
Program Director

Administrative Assistant,
Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics

Phone: (859) 233-8228

Address:
Brown Science Center
Transylvania University
300 North Broadway
Lexington, KY 40508-1797


Download the Computer Science Brochure

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