The Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering is committed to delivering science, engineering, and mathematics education to students through individual attention with emphasis on self-learning, service to society, and ethical behavior. Students experience close interactions with the faculty as a result of small class sizes...
For students and professionals with a bachelor's degree in one of the branches of science or engineering, courses are taught in the evenings on LMU's Westchester campus and are typically completed in six semesters. The flexible format is designed so you can proceed at your own pace.
The eight departments in Seaver College represent the breadth of studies available in LMU's science, engineering and mathematics curricula. Together they offer opportunities for undergraduate and graduate study in more than a dozen disciplines, and offer the following degrees: Bachelor's of arts, bachelor's of science, bachelor's of science in engineering, master's of science, and master's of science in engineering.
LMU's Seaver College continues its ascent among American engineering schools, with U.S. News & World Report bumping the college into the sought-after Top 30 for undergraduates in its 2012 rankings
The new Life Sciences Building is one the top priorities of Loyola Marymount University, according to LMU President David W. Burcham, and fundraising for the facility is now in full swing.
Theoretical physicist Jonas Murieka has come up with a groundbreaking proposal that is drawing widespread attention in the esoteric and clubby world of particle physicists.
Gaining ACCESS at Seaver
ACCESS is an all-expense paid, three-week residential program for first-year students that focuses on academics and critical thinking in the sciences. Participation prepares students for academic excellence through collaborative engagement in scientific scholarship.