Computer Science Department

Computer science is one of the most dynamic and high-demand fields today. Computers, smartphones, apps, the internet, video games: it all impacts almost every element of our lives today. People with the skill and talent to understand all this technology—and who can help push that technology forward into its next evolution—are highly sought after and will play a key role in shaping the future of our society.

Lincoln University's Computer Science Department is dedicated to giving you the knowledge and skill to be a leader in the computer science field. You'll be trained on essential skills like coding and development while simultaneously learning the mathematics and science fundamentals that underpin this technology.

All of our courses are taught by our experienced and knowledgeable faculty who have years of experience teaching and working in the computer industry. They'll be there for you to ensure you understand every concept being taught and to help you push your work to the next level.

Lincoln offers Bachelor of Science (BS) and Bachelor of Arts (BA) degrees in Computer Science. A minor is available as well. Within the major, we offer specialized tracks in cybersecurity and gaming, as well as a broader general application track. You can learn more about the program and the classes we offer in the current academic year course catalog.

Our faculty-supervised research is geared towards increasing the participation of a diverse group of student populations, especially underrepresented groups in this field, such as African-Americans and women. Our innovative teaching approach prepares you for the ever-evolving technological advancements that define computer science. When you graduate with your computer science degree from Lincoln, you'll be ready to stand out and lead in your specialized field.

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Contact Us

Computer Science Department
Phone: 484-365-7445
Fax: 484-365-8105
Ivory V. Nelson Science Center, Room 232

Ali Barimani, MS
Assistant Professor and Department Chair, Computer Science Department
Phone: 484-365-7442
Ivory V. Nelson Science Center, Room 222

Martha Parisan
Department Assistant, Computer Science Department
Phone: 484-365-8111
Ivory V. Nelson Science Center, Room 218