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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.
Find out why Fairfield is ranked among the best in the Country for STEM Education.
Meet the School of Engineering’s community of dedicated administrators and faculty.
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.
The engineering curricula includes perhaps the most purposeful liberal arts core in the nation - the hallmark of Fairfield's education - that aim to endow our engineering graduates with competencies that transform them into thinking citizens and lifelong learners, and prepare them to live an inspired life.
Stay up to date on all that’s going on with and for Fairfield Engineering students through the academic calendar, capstone project listings, careers & networking opportunities, the engineering student society and more.
The School of Engineering's laboratories, faculty offices, and administrative offices are located in the University's Rudolph F. Bannow Science Center. 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:
School of Engineering
Fairfield, CT 06824-5195
Tel: (203) 254-4000, ext. 4147
Dr. Richard H. Heist, Dean
Marcia Arambulo Rodriguez, Assistant Dean
Dr. Adrian S. Rusu
Professor and Chair of the Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering
Dr. Shahrokh Etemad
Department Chair, Mechanical Engineering
(203) 254-4000, ext. 3154
Dr. Harvey Hoffman
Department Chair, Management of Technology
(203) 254-4000, ext. 3080
For a full list of School of Engineering Faculty, visit our main faculty page