• Professor Ed Carr teaching a programming class to a room of students with a coding environment on the smart board
    Photo by Leah Prater

Computer scientists are problem solvers and are looking to improve or adapt current technology to meet the needs of the future.

The project based focus of the Emory & Henry Computer Science program prepare you for these types of opportunities. Computer scientists are capable of bringing a wide variety of tools to the most challenging problems faced by humanity in the 21st century. Our CS faculty will actively be engaged in each students’ development by encouraging professional development through collaborative projects and individual accomplishments.

The CS department here at Emory & Henry focuses on personal student development, by active learning with an emphasis on real world projects. Our primary goal is to produce Computer Science graduates who are both technically competent and sufficiently well grounded in theory so that they can contribute to fundamental research in several areas in Computer Science.

The Computer Science program at Emory & Henry has now been approved by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.