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CEAS Unveils New Minor Option

June 14, 2018
Students sit on steps of building in Europe
The CEAS international engineering minor program will offer engineering students opportunities to study outside the U.S. to broaden their education. (Jon Gardzelewski photo)

The College of Engineering and Applied Science (CEAS) at the University of Wyoming will provide its students an opportunity this fall to expand their knowledge of the world around them.

Beginning in fall 2018, the CEAS has introduced a minor option focused on international engineering. The 18-credit hour program is open to all engineering students, and key components of the program include a study-abroad experience and coursework intended to help students gain understanding of perspectives and viewpoints from around the world.

One of the requirements for the minor includes an educational experience outside of the United States, which could be satisfied via a semester or year abroad at a college or university, a UW faculty-led study abroad program, an international-service learning experience (such as Engineers Without Borders or Alternative Spring Break), an internship with a company outside the U.S. or a research experience outside the U.S.

Other coursework is required for the program, including language, business and technology classes. Visit the international engineering page for more details.

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