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Graduate Studies|College of Engineering and Applied Science
  • Hexapod

    We're seeking the next generation of quality master's and Ph.D. students. Explore all the opportunities we have to offer.

  • Amy Banic and her team of researchers

    For as long as she can remember, Amy Banic has been fascinated with human-computer interaction and virtual reality. That fascination has become the basis of her scholarly research -- and all in 3-D.

  • Melinda Kolm works on wind turbines

    Wyoming should celebrate the wind, an abundant natural resource that has the potential to power homes and establish the state as a front-runner in the United States’ quest to increase its reliance on renewable energy.


Make your own path with a graduate degree

Engineers with advanced degrees are more prepared for employment, can achieve faster career advancement, financial reward, recognition and personal satisfaction.

UW graduate students learn and work work with renowned faculty to find solutions to real-world challenges in areas like artificial intelligence, energy development, weather forecasting, computer systems, environmental engineering, biomedical engineering and enhanced oil recovery.

The Essential Information


Degree Programs

The UW College of Engineering and Applied Science offers many different graduate degree options including interdisciplinary and dual-degree programs.

Graduate Degree Programs



Atmospheric Science
Architectural Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Civil Engineering/Water Resources
Computer Engineering
Computer Science
Electrical Engineering
Environmental Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Petroleum Engineering


Anthony Richard

Engineering Ph.D. Candidate Willing To Put In the Time To Be Successful

November 12, 2015 — Anthony Richard has grown pretty comfortable in his space on the third floor of the Engineering Building at the University of Wyoming.

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No Bones About It

UW professor John Oakey wants to make tissue engineering and regenerative medicine more effective and widespread for applications.

Experience of a Lifetime

Personal attention is a staple of the CEAS student-faculty relationship.

External Funding

There are options available from outside sources to pay for graduate school.

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