The University of Wyoming offers a wide range of both undergraduate and graduate degrees
and majors through seven colleges and multiple interdisciplinary programs and departments.
With a small student/faculty ratio of 14:1, UW is a community of scholars and learners
committed to excellence. Whether you’re getting your bachelor’s degree in kinesiology
and health or you’re an anthropology major exploring the world’s history, each degree,
major and minor prepares you for a profession critical to the state and nation. Explore
each of our colleges, schools and departments and see what your future holds:
The College of Agriculture, Life Sciences and Natural Resources at the University
of Wyoming offers degrees and classes that cover every aspect of agriculture and natural
resources from economics and entrepreneurship to animal science and ecosystems. With
endless internship and research opportunities, state-of-the-art facilities including
the Wyoming State Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory and enthusiastic faculty, agriculture and natural resources students will receive
a degree that prepares them for the ever-growing ag industry.
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Get hands-on learning through ag classes with lab and field experience.
The College of Arts and Sciences offers degrees that match the cultural breadth and
disciplinary depth to ensure students gain a critical understanding of the visual
and performing arts, humanities, social sciences, the world and its languages and
physical, biological and mathematical sciences. We encourage our students, whether
you’re a psychology major or taking painting classes to earn your art degree, to conduct
student-originated research, work one-on-one with a professor in independent studies
and take advantage of study abroad opportunities. With an abundance of majors and
minors to choose from, your possibilities are endless in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Join one of the most versatile colleges at UW.
The University of Wyoming’s College of Business strives to be the premier provider
of ethical business leaders in the areas of accounting, administration, environment,
ethics, finance, management, marketing and beyond. We are committed to equipping our
students with a degree and knowledge in sustainable business practices to benefit
the state of Wyoming and our nation. Internationally accredited through the AACSB,
the College of Business is housed in a multi-million-dollar facility that combines
state-of-the-art technology with world-class design and functionality. Every business
major will walk away with a toolbelt ready for any business endeavor.
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Be among 5% of the world’s business programs that have earned AACSB accreditation.
Dedicated to building stronger counselors, teachers, principals and other educators
since 1914, the College of Education is nationally accredited by NCATE/CAEP. Our low
student-faculty ratio and implementation of progressive strategies ensure our students
are getting the support they need and are leading edge of their profession when they
earn their degree. Expanded residency placements throughout the state of Wyoming and
abroad allow undergraduate students to experience teaching in a location that suits
their needs, near or far. Become a teacher in Wyoming! Explore our programs that lead to initial teaching licensure and allow teachers to
add additional endorsements on their teaching license to increase their marketability.
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Start working in public schools your second year.
Only the most innovative and creative solutions will overcome the energy and technology
challenges facing today's world, and the students, faculty and staff of the College
of Engineering and Physical Sciences are prepared to take on these challenges. Our
students and faculty coordinate with leading national science and technology agencies
to devise strategies to make our nation and world safer, cleaner and more technologically
sound. Whatever degree you pursue, you will learn from and work alongside leading
researchers and gain hands-on experience in our world-class facilities, research labs and more.
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300+ merit-based scholarships are offered each year to College of Engineering and
Physical Sciences students.
The University of Wyoming’s College of Health Sciences offers undergraduate, graduate
and doctoral degrees in most programs of study including Communication Disorders,
Kinesiology and Health, Nursing, Pharmacy, Social Work, Medical Laboratory Sciences
and Dental Hygiene. The college also offers a minor in disability studies that is
a suitable complement to degrees in the health professions and other areas such as
business, education, agriculture and psychology.
We proudly participate in WWAMI, a regional medical education program in conjunction with the University of Washington
School of Medicine. WWAMI is the primary source of medical education in Wyoming. The
University of Wyoming's College of Health Sciences also supports two Family Medicine
Residency programs in Casper and Cheyenne.
Begin your journey towards a rewarding career in the health profession.
Consistently named as one of the best values for legal education, the University of
Wyoming College of Law offers top programs in energy, natural resources, legal writing,
family law, criminal law, international law and more. Students learn to analyze, assess,
advocate, litigate and negotiate. They participate in clinics that represent clients,
prepare legal documents and appear in court under the supervision of an experienced
faculty member. With state-of-the-art courtroom facilities, we host the Wyoming Supreme
Court and U.S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals, and students have even handled jury
trials and argued appellate cases before the Wyoming Supreme Court. A degree from
the College of Law opens doors to international law programs, multi-cultural studies
and access to study abroad opportunities.
Consistently named as one of the nation's "Best Value" law schools.
Within ecosystems and human communities, across wild and working landscapes, the Haub
School of Environment and Natural Resources advances the understanding and resolution
of complex environmental and natural resource challenges. In our undergraduate and
graduate programs, you’ll make connections across a wide range of fields—science,
culture, law, economics, ethics and more—as you develop the skills and knowledge to
make the world a better place. Go beyond the classroom and get outside, where you’ll
engage in research that matters, meet professionals and partner with communities on
the ground in Wyoming and around the world. We prepare students to be leaders, collaborators
and critical thinkers who will build robust, durable solutions to our world’s most
Get your hands dirty, travel the world and go beyond the classroom walls.
The University of Wyoming Honors College provides a diverse body of motivated students
with an interdisciplinary academic experience that positions them for future success
as learners and leaders, locally and globally. An inclusive and supportive scholarly
community, Honors challenges students to think ethically, creatively and collaboratively
and to cultivate inquiry, reflection and ongoing growth. We ask students to challenge
themselves intellectually, explore multiple academic fields, experience co-curricular
activity and produce original research or creative work. Honors promotes the educational
experimentation and discovery that attract and retain some of UW’s finest students
"How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve
the world." - Anne Frank
The School of Computing at the University of Wyoming, provides students with the education they need to build
a better society through computational skills, digital research and collaboration.
The objective of the School of Computing at UW is to work with and have an impact
on all departments and disciplines. This emphasis on wide participation extends to
external partners, including national laboratories, NCAR, K–12 institutions, community colleges, community partners and more. The future of
computing is in our hands, and we make our school a place where it thrives.
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Enhance your computing proficiency and digital skills.
The School of Energy Resources (SER) offers a unique interdisciplinary program designed
to meet 21st-century challenges in energy development through innovation, entrepreneurship
and critical analysis. Our degree program offers two concentrations that allow students
the opportunity to learn modern energy technologies, business skills, policy and key
practices essential to navigating the future energy economy. SER also supports and
funds graduate research in departments across campus, collaboratively encouraging
further progress in energy research and policy. In addition to learning from experts
in the field, you’ll have access to one of the most high-quality, state-of-the-art
research facilities at the University of Wyoming, the Energy Innovation Center (EIC). Our degree program prepares students to collaborate effectively across disciplines
and problem solve, developing energy projects and policy across the nation for years
Meet the growing demand for professionals with a multidisciplinary background in the
The University of Wyoming’s colleges and departments offer online classes, degree
programs and additional learning opportunities to students across the nation through
online and combination deliveries. You can enroll in an online program in Accounting,
Elementary Education, Psychology and so much more. UW online education also offers
master's and doctoral degrees as well as certificates and endorsements. Even if you’re
not walking across Prexy’s to get to class, but rather opening your laptop, you’ll
still be provided with many on-campus resources and services. You can also take UW
online classes as a non-degree-seeking student!
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The University of Wyoming offers more than 90 graduate degrees, providing a variety
of subjects, the rigor of high-quality education and the depth of research you’re
looking for in a master's or Ph.D. program. UW offers a sense of belonging in a close-knit
community with faculty dedicated to mentoring graduate students from the start of
your program to beyond graduation. Whether you’re studying anthropology, engineering,
science, getting your MBA or anything in between, you’ll also receive support services
and outside-of-the-classroom opportunities you’d associate with a large university.
Many of UW’s graduate programs are nationally ranked for their excellence in teaching
and research, allowing our students to earn advanced degrees along with the tools
and expertise they need to succeed.
Reach higher by challenging yourself to earn an advanced degree at UW.
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