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Mechanical & Energy Systems Engineering

Energy Systems Engineering

Energy systems engineering students examine topics like environmental engineering, sustainability, renewable energy, and public policy issues relevant to energy conversion systems. At the University of Wyoming, the ESE degree program considers both technical engineering issues, as well as other practical aspects of energy utilization and implementation not typically covered in engineering education. 

Degree Programs

  • Bachelor of Science in Energy Systems Engineering
  • M.S.-B.S. Quickstart Program

Mechanical engineering

Mechanical engineering is the broadest of all engineering disciplines, dealing with solid mechanics, fluid dynamics, aerodynamics, heat transfer, energy conversion, vibration, design, manufacturing, controls, materials science and electromechanical systems. Mechanical engineers are employed in almost every industry. If a design has moving parts or if energy is converted, a mechanical engineer was involved.

Degree Programs

  • Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering
  • B.S.-M.S. Quick Start Program
  • Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Mechanical Engineering
  • Joint MBA/MS in Mechanical Engineering
  • International Engineering Minor Program

Contact Us

Mechanical Engineering
EN 2052
Dept. 3295
1000 E. University
Laramie, WY 82071
Phone: (307)-766-2122