Academic-icons-BioMedicalEngineering2Biomedical Engineering - This is a cross-disciplinary program that applies principles and methods from engineering, science, and technology to understand, define, and solve problems of life.
Icon-CivilEngineeringCivil & Environmental Engineering Department – We offer four areas of concentration for the civil engineering & mechanics major. Our students graduate ready to tackle diverse challenges within the civil engineering discipline.
Icon-ComputerScienceComputer Science Department – A computer science degree from UWM opens up a multitude of career options with great income potential within both the public and private sectors.
Icon-ElectricalEngineeringElectrical Engineering Department – Electrical engineers work at the forefront of technological change. The EE program at UWM offers students the latitude to take courses across a range of technical areas, while providing a strong foundation in electrical engineering concepts.
Icon-IndustrialManufacturingEngIndustrial & Manufacturing Engineering Department – We provide a broad, technical, hands-on education in the design, control, operation, evaluation and implementation of systems and processes for diverse applications.
Icon-MaterialsScienceMaterials Science & Engineering Department – Many of today’s significant technological advances come from materials engineers. Graduates of our program enter the workforce ready to contribute to this exciting field.
Icon-MechanicalEngMechanical Engineering Department – Today’s mechanical engineers often work in groundbreaking areas such as alternative energies, remanufacturing and nanotechnology. With our broad curriculum, UWM graduates are up to the challenge.