Computer Science

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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Alumna Graduates with Northrop Grumman Job Offer
Mentoring Relationships with Faculty Key to Development
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First-year program introduces underrepresented students to field of computer science.
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Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Systems Design among areas of expertise for alumnus and professor.
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All-female team placed second overall at the first-ever Rose Hack, a 24-hour-long hackathon with a women-centric focus, hosted by UC Riverside.
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Mandy Korpusik, one of the newest additions to the computer science faculty, brings expertise in artificial intelligence, natural language processing and more.