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New Graduate Assistantship Openings Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Graduate Assistantship openings are available fall of 2014 in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at The University of Wyoming.
The University of Wyoming, with high levels of financial support from the state of Wyoming, is embarking on a bold new venture to greatly enhance its graduate program. As part of this initiative, the college of Engineering will be adding almost 50% more faculty positions and 100 new Ph.D. level Excellence Fellowships.
College of Business MBA Program - Dual Degrees
Diversify your skill set. Enhance your value to prospective employers. Earn more in the long run. All of this can be achieved with a dual degree MS Engineering/Master of Business Administration. This multidisciplinary graduate program provides engineering students the knowledge to assist in beginning their own business or to advance into management positions during their careers. Management and leadership decision-making skills will be acquired that will allow for students to excel in their chosen graduate field of study. Dual degree students will work side-by-side with business, law, pharmacy, and engineering students with varying backgrounds and experience.
Additionally, the full-time MBA program offers two (2) energy management options for students interested in enhancing their MBA. These programs have been designed collaboratively between the MBA faculty and energy industry leaders. "Energy" in the context of the energy management programs refers to traditional hydrocarbon energy businesses (coal, oil, natural gas, etc.) the power generation industry, and alternative energy (renewable, nuclear, and cogeneration). The programs address extraction & production, processing & conversion, and marketing & delivery in each segment.