Apr 13, 2024  
Loyola Marymount University Bulletin 2021-2022 
Loyola Marymount University Bulletin 2021-2022 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Electrical and Computer Engineering

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Contact Information

Chairperson: Jie Xu, Doolan Hall 204, 310.338.2392, Jie.Xu@lmu.edu

Graduate Director: Gustavo Vejarano, Pereira Hall 143, 310.338.5761, Gustavo.Vejarano@lmu.edu

Senior Administrative Coordinator: Gina Konrad, Doolan Hall 101, 310.338.5149, Gina.Konrad@lmu.edu

Website: https://cse.lmu.edu/department/electricalandcomputerengineeringdepartment/


Professors: Philip Chmielewski, S.J., Lei Huang, Nazmul Ula

Associate Professors: Barbara Marino, Gustavo Vejarano, Jie Xu

Assistant Professor: Hossein Asghari

Part-Time Faculty: Robyn Anderson; Ronald Burch; Peter Ferguson; Jahangir Dewan, Ph.D.; Elham Ghashghai, Ph.D.; Robert J. Johnson, Ph.D.; Umesh Ketkar; Behrouz Khayatian, Ph.D.; Andrew Kopito; Claire Leon, Ph.D.; Matthew Miller, Esq.; Mary Magilligan; Kevin Minds; Barry Molnaa; Vera Mulyani; Scott Niebuhr; Michael Noltemeyer; John Poladian; Rochelle J. Schneider, P. C.; Nirav Shah, Ph.D.; Charles Tang, Ph.D.; Bonnie Triezenberg, Ph.D. 


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


The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering offers undergraduate and graduate programs in Electrical Engineering. The Electrical Engineering undergraduate program allows for two curricular emphases, one in Electrical Engineering and one in Computer Engineering. The undergraduate program is described below, using the term Electrical Engineering undergraduate program to refer to both curricular emphases. The graduate program in Electrical Engineering is described following the information about the undergraduate program.



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