Welcome to the School of Computer Science and Engineering. We look forward to a great academic year and making all efforts to contribute to a wonderful educational experience for our students.
The School of Computer Science and Engineering educates students in the disciplines of computing theory and machinery, and teaches them to apply their knowledge in a socially responsible way. The School educates students in the intellectual basis of the field, including issues of computability, information theory, and engineering, as well as the technology. Our graduates can design and implement the technology of computing and data communications with a deep understanding of the bases upon which these technologies rest. In addition to preparing professional workers for industry, we educate those students who wish to pursue an advanced degree or career in academic or industrial research. Students may study for the BS or MS in Computer Science, the BS in Computer Engineering, the BS in Bioinformatics, or the BA in Computer Systems. The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science program is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET, and the Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.
The School of Computer Science and Engineering has strong ties to Southern California employers who provide internships, scholarships, long-term employment, and sponsored senior design projects. The school’s Industry Advisory Board brings in industry and committee executives to help abreast of trends and directions in the local economy and more globally. Our industry partners help ensure that the education we provide is needed to build the successful future. Alumni occupy great positions all over Southern California and welcome their involvement back on campus. Please visit us at Jack Brown Building in the third floor. Please refer to the contact list of CSE faculty and staff for help or questions.
"Welcome all and have great and wonderful academic year."
-Dr. Khalil Dajani, Chair