Wednesday, March 21—LVC Closed

LVC will be CLOSED for Wednesday, March 21 with no day or evening classes.

Ken Yarnell, professor of mathematical sciences, discusses a program with his students

About The Program

Become skilled in computer programming and develop strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Early on, you'll put theory into practice through extra-curricular activities and real-world applications.

Recent graduates of the program have gone on to work for AT&T, GE, Hershey Foods, IBM, JPMorgan Chase & Co., and the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue.

Why LVC?

  • In the software industry, distributed systems and data analytics take center stage. LVC's computer and data science program prepares you to get your first job in the industry and start contributing right away.
  • Data needs to be acquired and analyzed at high speed and volume. You'll graduate with the skills to delivery great results quickly and shine as a programmer or big data professional.
  • Computational data science is a quickly growing field with a positive long-term outlook. Your LVC computer and data science courses cover today's and tomorrow's topics so employers will compete to hire you.


In my current position as a systems analyst doing software integration at Scientific Research Corporation in Charleston, S.C. I am regularly complimented regarding my ability to learn and adapt quickly. Learning how to comprehend and analyze data paid off.

Double major in computer science and mathematics

Mary Kate Lemon ’15

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