Union University
Union University Dept of Computer Science
Department of Computer Science

Welcome


A recent Jobs Rated Almanac listed the top six jobs as (1) web site manager, (2) actuary, (3) computer systems analyst, (4) software engineer, (5) mathematician, and (6) computer programmer. Union University can prepare you for these careers and more - with degrees in computer science and digital media studies. Job placement in such high-demand careers has been excellent for Union graduates. Our programs also prepare you for further study in graduate programs, engineering, or professional schools in business, law and medicine.

A background in mathematics, computer science and statistics complements a solid Christ-centered liberal arts core to give Union graduates a lifetime career advantage. An education with an emphasis in the mathematical and computer sciences teaches students to think critically, solve problems creatively, organize information, handle technical language and notation, and to speak and write effectively. Many businesses today place a priority on these analytical and communication skills.

Union’s computer science program provides you with many benefits including:

  • Academically challenging and competitive programs
  • Committed Christian teaching faculty
  • A low 12:1 student to faculty ratio
  • Dedicated state-of-the-art computer labs
  • Mathematical software
  • Opportunities to train and work as a student technician

Testimonial

"Union is a place to grow spiritually as well as academically. One of my favorite things about Union is the personal interest that the faculty and staff take in each student. While I was there, I felt as though I was more than just a student occupying a seat. Never once did I feel as though one of my professors was unapproachable- whether my concerns were academic in nature or otherwise. It is apparent that the faculty at Union strives to be not only a corp of instructors but to be friends and mentors as well."

-Andrew Skaggs ('06)
Assistant IT Manager/Applications Developer
DavidsonTitles, Inc.