Dale E. and Sarah Ann Fowler School of Engineering

“The Engineer has been, and is, a maker of history” – James Kip Finch

Chapman’s commitment to fostering innovation is embodied in the newly created Dale E. and Sarah Ann Fowler School of Engineering. Here researchers, teachers, students — all scholars, builders, and dreamers — come together to rethink the boundaries between academic disciplines and tackling problems of economic, intellectual, and social impact.

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Open Faculty Positions

The Dale E. and Sarah Ann Fowler School of Engineering seeks exceptional applicants for full-time tenure-track and non-tenure track positions at all ranks in the broad areas of computer science, computer engineering, electrical engineering, and software engineering.

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Resources for Students

We want students to start solving real-world problems from day one. Find information for current and prospective Fowler School of Engineering students on course offerings, our professors, research opportunities, software systems, internships and more.

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Hands-On Learning

From the ground up, Fowler is built to encourage interactivity, experimentation and collaboration. Whether you’re working with robotics, testing cybersecurity, engaging in ethical hacking or exploring the latest computer hardware tools, you’re provided with the interconnected space you need.

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The Future of Science

Keck Center For Science and Engineering

The Keck Center is the future home of our Dale E. and Sarah Ann Fowler School of Engineering. The Center’s opening in fall 2018 signals a tremendous step forward in the STEM fields at Chapman University.

This facility helps power the convergence of science and technology on our campus. It also ushers in a new era of our faculty and students collaborating – across programs and disciplines – to solve global challenges.