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Fowler School of Engineering

Undergraduate Programs

» Undergraduate Programs

Bachelor's Degrees

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B.S. in Computer Engineering

Design the hardware of the future.
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B.S. in Computer Science

Innovate the next generation of software.
Circuitry

B.S. in Data Analytics

Analyze the data that makes businesses run.
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B.S. in Electrical Engineering

Create tech that propels us to new heights.
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B.S. in Software Engineering

Develop software that powers our lives.

Minors

A minor is an additional academic discipline that you can study in addition to your major.

Broaden your horizons with a minor in engineering.

Accelerated (4+1) Graduate Programs

Accelerated (4+1) programs are 5-year programs that let you earn your bachelor’s degree and master’s degree at the same time.

In years 1–3, you’ll focus on undergrad classes. In year 4, you’ll take both undergrad and graduate classes. And in year 5, you’ll finish your graduate classes and earn your master’s degree.

On our Accelerated Graduate Programs page we list several programs that could be the ideal next step after earning an engineering degree.

Keck Center for Science & Engineering


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The Keck Center is the home of engineering at Chapman. It’s where you’ll take classes, do research and collaborate.