Dec 04, 2020  
Loyola Marymount University Bulletin 2019-2020 
    
Loyola Marymount University Bulletin 2019-2020 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Electrical Engineering and Computer Science


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Faculty

Chairperson: Raymond J. Toal

Electrical Engineering Program Director: Barbara E. Marino

Professors: Stephanie E. August, John David N. Dionisio, Lei Huang, Raymond J. Toal, Nazmul Ula

Associate Professors: Barbara E. Marino, Gustavo Vejarano, Jie Xu

Assistant Professors: Hossein Asghari, Andrew Forney, Jordan Freitas, Mandy Korpusik

Clinical Professor: Robert W. Johnson

Lecturers: Mena Ghebranious, Josh Morgan, Krishnamurthy Narayanaswamy, Julia Nething, Garrett Newell, Scott Niebuhr, Masahji Stewart, Bonnie Triezenberg, Alissa Volosin

Description

The Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science provides undergraduate and graduate programs in both Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. The Electrical Engineering undergraduate program allows for two curricular emphases, one in Electrical Engineering and one in Computer Engineering. The Electrical Engineering programs provide a broad, fundamental education in electronic system design and construction, covering topics in electronics, digital and analog systems, communications, computer architecture, signal processing, and embedded systems. The Computer Science program provides breadth and depth in its coverage of information and computation through courses and laboratories in fields that include data structures and algorithms, computation, theory, artificial intelligence, computer and operating systems, computer graphics and user experience, programming languages and translation, database systems, and software engineering.

Mission

The mission of the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science is to provide high-quality, practice-oriented, design-focused curricula that prepare students for both leadership roles in industry and advanced studies, through a supportive, student-centered education that balances theory and practice and meets the challenges of an ever-changing complex world through dynamic programs with interdisciplinary opportunities.

Programs

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