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Loyola Marymount University Bulletin 2012-2013 
Loyola Marymount University Bulletin 2012-2013 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Graduate Division


The mission of the Graduate Division is to promote transformative graduate education at Loyola Marymount University, to celebrate the accomplishments of graduate students and the faculty who educate them, and to provide leadership in the establishment and communication of policies, standards, and processes related to graduate education and to the quality of life for graduate students.

Since its creation in 1950, the Graduate Division has worked closely with the University’s colleges and schools to create innovative programs that meet the personal, academic, and professional needs of its students. As life-long learning becomes even more integral to individual success and social welfare, the Graduate Division remains committed to providing an array of forward-looking programs of great distinction and to creating an environment that enables students to realize their full potential.

The University’s graduate programs are characterized by outstanding faculty, academic excellence, small class size, and attention to individual students. Though the graduate programs span a diverse array of academic disciplines and professions, they are uniform in their attention to education of the whole person, to conscious exploration of ethical issues, and to developing leaders in service to society.

Across its various schools and colleges, the University offers curricula leading to the degrees of Doctorate in Education (Ed.D.), Education Specialist (Ed.S.), Master of Arts (M.A.), Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.), Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.), Master of Science (M.S.), and Master of Science in Engineering (M.S.E.), as well as to a variety of graduate certificates and credentials.

Graduate Division Directory

The Graduate Studies Office is located in University Hall, Suite 1840.

Telephone: 310.338.2721 or 888.946.5681; fax: 310.338.6086.

All communication concerning Graduate Studies should be addressed to:

Graduate Division 
Loyola Marymount University
1 LMU Drive, Suite 1840
Los Angeles, California 90045-2659

Graduate Division

Chaké Kouyoumjian, Associate Dean of Graduate Studies
University Hall, Suite 1840

Financial Aid

Crystal Madaule, Assistant Director of Graduate Financial Aid
Charles Von der Ahe Building 270

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Paul Tiyambe Zeleza, Dean
University Hall, Suite 4600

Juan D. Mah y Busch, Acting Director, The Bioethics Institute
University Hall, Suite 4517

Stephen Shepherd, Graduate Director, English
University Hall, Suite 3824

Mark Morelli, Graduate Director, Philosophy
University Hall, Suite 2600

Jonathan Rothchild, Graduate Director, Theological Studies
University Hall, Suite 3700

College of Business Administration

Dennis W. Draper, Dean
Hilton 337A

Jack Gregg, Associate Dean and Director of Graduate Programs
Hilton 233A

William E. Lindsey, Associate Dean and Director of the Center for Executive Learning
Hilton 200B

College of Communication and Fine Arts

Bryant Keith Alexander, Dean
St. Robert’s Hall 100

Debra Linesch, Director of Marital and Family Therapy
University Hall, Suite 2517

Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering

Richard G. Plumb, Dean
Pereira 100

Curtis Bennett, Graduate Director, Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering
Pereira 100

Lei Huang, Graduate Director, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Doolan 206

Joe Reichenberger, Graduate Director, Civil Engineering and Environmental Science
South Hall

Edward C. Mosteig, Graduate Director, Mathematics (M.A.T.)
University Hall, Suite 2714

Matthew T. Siniawski, Graduate Director, Mechanical Engineering
Pereira 204

Frederick S. Brown, Graduate Director, Systems Engineering and Engineering Management
Doolan 206

School of Education

Shane P. Martin, Dean
University Hall, Suite 2600

Eric Young, Director of Student Recruitment and Outreach
University Hall, Suite 2100

School of Film and Television

Stephen Ujlaki, Dean
St. Robert’s 102

Kennedy Wheatley, Graduate Director
Xavier 209