The UW Transfer Equivalency Self-Service (TreQ) site is designed to show you how the courses you have taken at other institutions will transfer and apply toward your degree at the University of Wyoming. Go to wyotransfer.uwyo.edu to get started!
Transfer Students - Welcome to TreQ!
Coordinator, Student Advising
Energy Innovation Center Room 338
School of Energy Resources
1000 E. University Ave.
Laramie, WY 82071
Energy to Power the Future
The School of Energy Resources is meeting future challenges in the global energy industry by preparing students in problem solving skills, communication and leadership. Wyoming is a center of U.S. energy production and provides multiple opportunities to gain hands-on energy experience.
Through a multi-disciplinary approach, students are prepared for long-term competitive success in the energy industry, including modern technologies, business skills and key practices essential to navigate the future economy.
The Bachelor of Science in Energy Resource Management and Development is designed to meet 21st century energy challenges through innovation, entrepreneurship and critical analysis. This is an interdisciplinary energy asset management degree where students take a core curriculum designed to provide breadth of learning and then select one of four concentrations for specialization.
Why chose the Energy Resource Management and Development program?
- Wyoming is a perfect location to learn about the energy industry. It is a center of U.S. energy production and allows students to experience realistic and relevant energy development.
- Gain comparative advantage in Western region energy issues.
- Integrate classroom learning with opportunities for practical field application through internships, field trips, study abroad, undergraduate research and capstone experiences.
- Dedicated advising, mentoring, and career placement.
- Scholarships and fellowships
- State-of-the-art Energy Innovation Center and energy facilities that provide opportunities for undergraduate research with distinguished faculty researchers.
The 4-year undergraduate degree plans are designed to provide students with recommended curriculum roadmaps to help them stay on track for graduation. As comprehensive as these plans are, different opportunities may be available to students, and are not intended to replace critical academic advising provided by professional staff. Use the degree plans, along with the degree evaluation in WyoRecords, to monitor your progress.
Explore opportunities for energy-related graduate programs offered at the University of Wyoming.