Fairfield University's undergraduate and graduate course catalogs are available for your convenience.
Our faculty of nearly 600 full- and part-time professors regularly publish; participate in intellectual gatherings; and are regionally, nationally and internationally recognized due to their work in their diverse academic pursuits.
Close to 2,000 undergraduate classmates will focus their studies in the college of Arts & Sciences. Undergraduate Studies is where all Fairfield undergraduate students will work on their core classes.
Fairfield University’s Charles F. Dolan School of Business teaches students the fundamentals, ethics, and new developments in business on a local and global scale. You will participate in group problem solving, casework, and computer simulations, providing you a strong foundation on which to build a successful business career. Furthermore, your study of business will reflect the 500-year-old Jesuit tradition of academic rigor and personal reflection, which will in turn provide an understanding of the larger ethical, moral, and global context of your life and your work.
Fairfield University's Marion Peckham Egan School of Nursing and Health Studies programs uses the latest in medical equipment and small classroom settings to provide a practical and engaging education for its students. Coupling real-life simulations and opportunities to practice in a variety of clinical settings with the depth of a Jesuit education, you will be equipped with the necessary skills, experience, and ethics, to make a difference in patients' lives and the healthcare system.
Students at Fairfield University's School of Engineering receive an education based on one-on-one interaction with dedicated faculty and close collaboration with like-minded peers. Not only will you learn how things work, but how to make them work better. This engaging, interactive approach will provide you with the necessary training and confidence to solve the world's engineering problems with creative and effective solutions.
The Integrated Health Studies Initiative (IHSI) is an interdisciplinary approach that combines a cutting-edge inter-school health studies curriculum at Fairfield University with exciting new opportunities for applied learning, discovery and student engagement, and community outreach.
Fairfield offers a number of five-year programs for undergraduate students interested in obtaining a dual bachelor's/master's degree. This is a great opportunity for students to obtain a bachelor's and master's degree in less time and at less cost than when done the traditional way. Each program has certain prerequisites. All require the permission of the program director for entry.