Song Xing, Ph.D., Professor of Information Systems

CSULA CIS Song Xing
College of Business & Economics
Department of Information Systems
Office Location: ST 616
Phone: (323)343-2917 Email: [email protected]

Song Xing received his B.S. and M.S. degrees from Southeast University, China, and his Ph.D. degree from George Mason University, Virginia, all in electrical & computer engineering.

From 1990 to 1995, he was a Lecturer in the School of Information Science and Technology at Southeast University, and a Researcher at the National Mobile Communications Research Laboratory, China.

He was a Visiting Researcher in the Electrical & Computer Engineering departments at University of Michigan-Dearborn from February 1995 to April 1995 and Boston University from May 1995 to August 1996, respectively. From August 2000 to May 2003, he was an Instructor with the Electrical & Computer Engineering Department at George Mason University.

In 2003, Dr. Xing joined California State University, Los Angeles where he is currently a Full Professor in the Information Systems Department.


RESEARCH INTERESTS
Information systems measurement and management, computer networks, wireless & mobile communications, information retrieval, and information security


COURSE TAUGHT

  • CIS 100 - Business Computer Systems

  • CIS 283 - Introduction to Application Programming with Java

  • CIS 4100 - Hardware and Software Architecture

  • CIS 445 - Network Applications Development

  • CIS 454 - Multimedia Network Communications 

  • CIS 4240 - Wide Area Networks

  • CIS 4720 - Wireless Communications and Networks

  • CIS 4730 - Network Security Essentials and Practice

  • CIS 4840 - Communications Systems

  • CIS 485 - Local Area Networks

  • CIS 5100 - IS/IT Architectures

  • CIS 528 - Multimedia Network Communications 

  • CIS 528 - Wireless and Personal Communications Systems

  • CIS 560 - Microcomputer Networks

  • CIS 5730 – Computer and Network Security

  • CIS 585 - Communication and Information Services

  • CIS 5980 - Graduate Direct Study