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College of Engineering & Physical Sciences

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At the University of Wyoming College of Engineering and Physical Sciences, students are taught by a dedicated community of academic leaders who believe that interdisciplinary, diverse, and inclusive education and research are all critical to our success in overcoming the challenges facing today’s world. The need for individuals within the STEM industries has never been greater, and the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences is the right place at the right time for you to make a difference.



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Current Students

At the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences, we are committed to providing our students with a rich and supportive academic environment. Students have access to a wide range of resources designed to enhance their educational experience. From state-of-the-art laboratories, cutting-edge research opportunities and ABET Accreditation to dedicated academic advisors and a vibrant student community, we empower our students to excel in their academic pursuits and prepare for successful careers in engineering and the physical sciences.


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Admissions & Financial Aid

Now is the time to be part of the University of Wyoming College of Engineering and Physical Sciences. With great resources and strong connections, you’ll complete your program having benefited from all we have to offer.




The College of Engineering and Physical Sciences offers more than 275 merit-based scholarships per year. Students are automatically considered for these awards when they submit the General Application in WyoScholarships. We also offer many scholarships and opportunities for residents and out-of-state students.


Admissions Requirements

The requirements for undergraduate and graduate degrees differ. Undergraduate admission is on a “rolling basis”, meaning you can apply anytime leading up to the next available semester start date. The University of Wyoming's graduate program admissions requirements vary by program.


Cost of Attendance

UW consistently ranks among the best values in the nation for the cost of attendance. 55% of our students graduate debt-free. This dedication to value makes it an excellent choice for those seeking a top-tier engineering and physical sciences education without the excess burden of cost.




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    Dean's Office

    Dean Cameron Wright

    Carrell Family Dean Wright and his office welcome you to the College of Engineering & Physical Sciences. Learn about our mission and how the Dean's Office serves faculty, students and staff at UW.


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    Faculty Directory

    Find a Faculty Member

    Our faculty are invested in student success and are committed to conducting ground-breaking research that will change the world. Look up a faculty member in our directory.


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    Staff Directory

    Find a Staff Member

    College of Engineering & Physical Sciences staff are a major part of our student's journey while at UW. From advising to career services, find a staff member to get started.


Facilities & Resources


Revolutionizing Research

The University of Wyoming Engineering, Education, and Research Building (EERB) is 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.










Alumni & Outreach


K-12 STEM Education Outreach

The College of Engineering and Physical Sciences K-12 STEM Education Outreach Office looks forward to the opportunity to engage students and teachers in hands-on learning to build knowledge and understanding in the field of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Strength in K-14 education can enhance the quality and quantity of students who pursue STEM programs in higher education and ultimately pursue high-impact careers in Wyoming and beyond. 




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Recruiters & Employers 

Leverage the expertise of the University's College of Engineering and Physical Sciences, through the dedicated Susan McCormack Center for Student Success Career Services Office. Our adept employer relations team is poised to seamlessly link your company with driven UW students and recent graduates pursuing entry-level roles and internships in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.






Contact Us

College of Engineering & Physical Sciences

Dean's Office 
EERB 401 | Department 3295
1000 E. University Avenue
Laramie, WY 82071
Phone: (307) 766-4253
E-mail: enginfo@uwyo.edu

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