Utilize Logic and Science

The Department of Engineering and Computing contributes to the liberal education of the students at the University by providing college-level instruction in the various disciplines of engineering and in computer science, a relatively new but rapidly growing field of fundamental importance.

In addition, the overall objectives of the department are twofold: (1) to develop skill and accuracy in mathematical operations and (2) to familiarize students with the methods computing, mathematical, and engineering analysis within the context of culturally relevant and a faithfully Catholic environment.

In addition to its own major and minor programs of study, the Department instructs students who are pursuing different courses of study and recognizes that the instruction must be adapted as much as possible to the needs of these students.

For the computing and engineering students, the aims of the department are to train students in the basic and necessary skills that will be required in technical and nontechnical pursuits and to bring out the cultural and applied values of the various subjects.

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Dr. Tyler Brown

Assistant Professor

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Dr. David Dombrowski

Professor

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Dr. Derek Doroski

Dr. Derek Doroski

Professor

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Dr. Stephen Frezza

Professor

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Dr. Justin Greenly

Associate Professor
Department Chair

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Bryce Meyer

Lecturer

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Dr. Michael Seibert

Assistant Professor

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Professor James Wessel

Professor James Wessel

Professor

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