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Fairfield University’s School of Engineering offers four graduate degree programs, as well as graduate certificate programs in a number of specialty areas. Our skilled faculty will help you advance your career by empowering you to better understand complex issues and work more effectively.
The School of Engineering graduate faculty are top scholars and working professionals who are known for both their expertise and focus on mentorship.
The School of Engineering maintains direct relations with area industries and manufacturers. These open lines of communication encourage the flow of information and support that keeps the engineering curriculum current and relevant to the environment in industry.
Get acquainted with the School of Engineering program overviews and complete offerings through detailed descriptions of our courses, learning goals, curriculums and outcomes.
Graduate assistants provide services to Fairfield such as administrative, research, faculty support and other. In return, selected students can be eligible to receive a tuition waiver and, in some cases, a stipend. Interested in the complete listing with position descriptions and more?
The School of Engineering has moved into the University's Rudolph F. Bannow Science Center. All classes are currently taking place in Bannow, and faculty offices, administrative offices and most lab facilities have been completed. Check out pictures of students working in our labs.
Mechanical Engineering (BNW 128)
Advanced Electrical & Electronics/ Networks, Microelectronics (MCA112-113)
Engineering Machine Laboratory, Additive Mfg. (BNW 136)
Engineering Applications/Computer Science/Software Design (BNW 166)
Automation Systems and Automated Manufacturing (MCA101)
Power and Power Electronics, Electric Circuits and Design (BNW133)
All labs have been serving as multi-tasking areas and contain state-of-the-art computer hardware, integrated into the Fairfield University Network. The new Machine Laboratory in BNW136 contains up-to-date numerical milling and tool room lathe machines supported by the Brinkman Family Foundation.
For further information, please contact:
Office of Graduate Admission
1073 North Benson Road
Fairfield, CT 06824
Dr. Shahrokh Etemad
M.S. Mechanical Engineering Program
(203) 254-4000, ext. 3154
Dr. Adrian S. Rusu
M.S. Electrical and Computer Engineering Program
M.S. Software Engineering Program
(203) 254-4000, ext. 2736
Dr. Harvey Hoffman
M.S. Management of Technology Program
(203) 254-4000, ext. 3080
Office of the Dean
School of Engineering
Fairfield, CT 06824-5195
Tel: (203) 254-4171
For a full list of School of Engineering Faculty, visit our main faculty page