Thomas Poon, Executive Vice President and Provost
GRADUATE ADMISSIONS CONTACTS
Chake Kouyoumjian, Associate Dean of Graduate Studies
Shane P. Martin, Dean, Graduate Division
COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Dennis Draper, Dean
M.S.: Business Analytics
COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS
Robbin Crabtree, Dean
M.A.: Bioethics, English, Pastoral Theology, Philosophy, Theology
COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
Tina Choe, Dean
M.S.: Computer Science, Environmental Science, Systems Engineering Leadership
M.S.E.: Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
SCHOOL OF EDUCATION
Shane P. Martin, Dean
M.A.: Administration & Leadership, Bilingual Education, Catholic School Programs, Counseling, Elementary Education, General Education, Literacy Education, School Psychology, Secondary Education, Special Education
Ed.D.: Educational Leadership for Social Justice
SCHOOL OF FILM AND TELEVISION
Steve Ujlaki, Dean
M.F.A.: Film and Television Production, Writing for the Screen, and Writing and Producing for Television
COLLEGE OF COMMUNICATION AND FINE ARTS
Bryant Keith Alexander, Dean
M.A.: Marital & Family Therapy
LOYOLA LAW SCHOOL
Phone: 213-736-1074 Fax: 213-736-6523
Michael Waterstone, Dean of Loyola Law School and Senior Vice President
Jannell Roberts, Assistant Dean for Admissions
Center for International Business Education
The LMU Center for International Business Education (CIBE), funded by the U.S. Department of Education, supports programs, instruction and research on issues of importance to U.S. trade and competitiveness. LMU CIBE emphasizes transformative education in the areas of global sustainability and business ethics; global talent development and foreign business language education; innovative global marketing; and international entrepreneurship
Center for Asian Business
The Center for International Business Education (CIBE) is offering a new course in fall 2020 called "Business Chinese" (CHIN 3998/INBA 3898).
This course prepares students for the business world in contemporary China by developing their linguistic and cultural proficiency in a business context. This course fulfills the Chinese minor requirement as an upper-division elective. Prerequisite is CHIN 2104, by LMU language placement, or consent of the instructor. Questions? Contact Dr. Yu Li at firstname.lastname@example.org
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