168 DODGE HALL (248) 370-2200
FAX: (248) 370-4625
Department Website: oakland.edu/secs/cse
Interim Chairperson: Lunjin Lu
Professors emeriti: David E. Boddy, Glenn A. Jackson, Janusz W. Laski, Ronald J. Srodawa, Sarma R. Vishnubhotla, Thomas G. Windeknecht
Professors: Ishwar K. Sethi
Associate professors: Debatosh Debnath, Huirong Fu, Dae-Kyoo Kim, Lunjin Lu, Nilesh Patel, Gautam Singh
Assistant professors: Guangzhi Qu, Tao Shu, Mohammad-Reza Siadat, Chingseh Wu, Jie Yang, Wenjun Zhou
Special instructor: Jerry E. Marsh
Special lecturer: Laura Dinsmoor, Sebnem Onsay
Lecturer: Mary Schmotzer
Adjunct faculty: Preston Brooks, Theresa Rowe
The Computer Science and Engineering Advisory Board assists the department in enhancing its educational and research programs and ensuring their relevance to current and emerging technological needs. Board members are:
Paul Besl, Ph.D., Parallel and Distributed Systems Engineer, Intel Corporation
Richard J. Chutarash, ESG-Automotive
Laura Dillon, Ph.D., Michigan State University
Gregory Mason, President, USDI
Jason Prater, PLEX Systems
Theresa Rowe, Chief Information Office, Oakland University
Ramasamy Uthurusamy, Ph.D., retired, Emerging Technologies, General Motors
Lawrence C. Wehner, Application Software Executive, Hewlett-Packard
Donald J. Welch, Ph.D., President and CEO, Merit Network, Inc.
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering carries out the mission of the School of Engineering and Computer Science by offering separate undergraduate majors in Computer Science and Information Technology. The department also offers master’s degree programs in Computer Science, and Software Engineering and Information Technology, and a Ph.D. program in Computer Science and Informatics. The undergraduate programs in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering are accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology (ABET).
Programs & Cores
Computer Science, B.S.
Information Technology, B.S.
Computer science, computing or information technology minors
The department offers selected courses from this catalog as warranted by student needs and availability of faculty: Department of Computer Science and Engineering .
The 500 level CSE courses are graduate level courses. These are open to undergraduate students with instructor permission and major standing (See Graduate Catalog for descriptions).
- CSE 522 Objective Oriented Analysis and Design
- CSE 538 Software Verification and Testing
- CSE 542 Rapid Proto and Component Software
- CSE 549 Wireless and Industrial Networks
- CSE 555 Visual Computing
- CSE 581 Information Retrieval and Knowledge Discovery
- CSE 583 E-Commerce and ERP
Schedule of Classes
Specific offerings for each semester may be found in the Schedule of Classes: sail.oakland.edu.