Hiram College

Applied Computer Science

Traditional Undergraduate Major Only

Rigorous education, Practical Experience

Students who enjoy the hands-on application of computers are naturally drawn to the applied computer science major. Hiram's program is designed for students who wish to enter careers in information technology, digital media, computer information systems and other technology-related fields.


The mission of the computer science program is:

  1. To develop ethical, socially responsible, analytical, and critical thinkers.
  2. To instill in our students a foundation for making creative contributions to society in the computing area.
  3. To provide challenges to our students within a supportive community.
  • Colton Turner Science Building

    Home to many biology and chemistry classes as well as faculty offices. It also houses the Departments of Computer Science and Mathematics.

  • Coleman Sports Center

    Designed by Hastings & Chivetta, an architectural first that is nationally recognized for its distinctive athletic facilities, the facility consists of 82,000 square feet of new construction and renovated space which wraps around the Charles A. Henry Football Field

Louis Oliphant Headshot

Louis Oliphant, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Computer Science

Learn more about all of the majors, minors, and opportunities that await you within the School of Science & Technology.