Only the most innovative and creative solutions will overcome the energy and technology
challenges facing today's world. The students, faculty, and staff of the University
of Wyoming's College of Engineering and Physical Sciences understand these challenges.
They coordinate with leading national science and technology agencies to devise strategies
to make our nation and world safer, cleaner and more technologically sound. All students
have the opportunity to learn from and work alongside world-class researchers who
engage our most complex topics. UW College of Engineering graduates are leaders within
many of the world's most influential corporations and government agencies.
Begin your future with the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences!
Learn more about our engineering and physical science programs
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The mission of the Susan McCormack Center for Student Success in the College of Engineering
and Physical Sciences is to help students develop their full potential by creating
a culture of success through active involvement in education and career planning.
Explore our Academic Advising Center and how they assist students with scheduling and registering for courses, creating
an undergraduate academic plan, exploring possible majors and minors, understanding
university policies, forms and petitions, understanding degree requirements, referrals
to university and college services, exploring extra-curricular and co-curricular activities,
and discussing academic difficulties.
Learn how our Career Services Office team can assist in connecting companies to UW students and recent graduates, for
entry-level science, technology, engineering, and mathematics employment.
Discover additional Student Resources to help you succeed academically.
Watch and learn more about the UW Engineering Education & Research Building (EERB), one of the most advanced and collaborative engineering learning facilities in the
nation. The building, a key part of the Tier-1 Engineering Initiative, was made possible
by generous private donations and a significant investment by the Wyoming Legislature.
The initiative is designed to promote engineering education, workforce training and
research relevant to the economic interest of Wyoming. Inside spaces include a new
shop and student project areas; teaching and computer labs in an active-learning configuration;
reconfigurable research labs with associated office and collaborative spaces; meeting/conference
rooms; and an expanded drilling simulator facility.
The development, application and dissemination of new knowledge (often lumped together
under the term "Research") are key functions of the College of Engineering and Physical
Sciences. Visit our research page to find information related to research activities in the college as well as
a place to find links to college and university research policies and procedures.
Graduate Programs in the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences are managed
through the College's Departments. For department and program-specific information,
please visit our Graduate Programs webpage.
Want to get involved and inspire the Next Generation? Explore the many ways individuals
can make an impact with the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences.
Our alumni are leaders, innovators and mentors in their fields. Our alumni and friends
provide an essential part of the foundation for the success of the Tier-1 Engineering
Initiative. Find out more about how you can make a difference in the lives and careers
of our students at our Alumni and Friends page.
Visit the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences Awards and Recognition page to recognize and honor deserving individuals who have brought distinction to
the college's programs through achievements and/or service. Recognition is given either through induction into the Hall of Fame or by receipt
of the college's Distinguished Engineer/Scientist or the Distinguished Service Awards.
By honoring these exemplary individuals, we wish to show appreciation to them for
the distinction they have brought to the college and the University of Wyoming.
Explore Giving to the College to learn how giving takes many forms at the University of Wyoming College of Engineering
and Physical Sciences. Your contributions further strengthen our ability to deliver
the highest quality educational, research, and outreach opportunities to Wyoming and
Now is the time to be part of the University of Wyoming College of Engineering and
Physical Sciences. After a significant investment from Wyoming state government in
2012, the Engineering Initiative was created to elevate the college to new heights
of excellence in education, research and service. The initiative focuses on the following
Find out more about the Engineering Initiative.
The College of Engineering and Physical Sciences have degree programs that offer a
pathway to licensure. All of our engineering and computer science undergraduate degrees
are ABET accredited. Students that seek licensure will often need to take an examination
and may need to meet experience requirements prior to applying for licensure with
the governing boards. Learn more about our Engineering Licensure information today.
Chemical and Biomedical Engineering
Civil and Architectural Engineering and Construction Management
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Energy and Petroleum Engineering
Geology and Geophysics
Mathematics and Statistics
Mechanical and Energy Systems Engineering
Physics and Astronomy
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