Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

LMU’s Electrical Engineering major helps students understand electrical systems and their construction. The major provides a broad, fundamental education of the basics for system design, covering topics in electronics, digital systems, communications, and controls.

Computer Science majors study information and computation as expressed in natural systems including biological processes, economic systems, social networks, and the physical universe, through the development of artificial systems such as digital devices and computer software.

Future products and systems that will enhance our lives will require the skills of talented and highly educated college graduates such as those who come out of LMU.

 

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  • Thu, 23 Feb 2017 17:00:00 -0800
    Seaver Spotlight is organized by Seaver College's Center for Student Success. For the event, an alum is invited back to campus to speak with current CSE students about how...
  • Tue, 14 Mar 2017 00:00:00 -0700
    To commemorate the 45th year of the College of Science and Engineering, the college will celebrate “Seaver Day"!
A student-inspired app could help others with visual impairments.
Teamwork increases accuracy of wireless sensor measurement.
Engineering seniors from all disciplines presented their capstone projects to industry representatives and the Loyola Marymount community.