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.

 

Events

  • Thu, 21 Sep 2017 12:00:00 -0700
    The Office for Career and Professional Development will be hosting a Career Expo for LMU students and alumni. Click here for a list of employers that will be in attendance.
  • Sun, 24 Sep 2017 14:00:00 -0700
    Join Seaver College alumni, their families, members of Seaver's senior class, faculty and staff for a casual Ice Cream Social during the 64th Annual LMU Alumni BBQ. RSVP by...
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Seniors developed a database-driven web app to automate a local nonprofit’s data collection system.
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Teams worked on designing and programming projects based on Alexa.
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The winning business, a parking app that lets you rent your driveway to users for a small profit, reflected multidisciplinary partnerships.