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Applied Mathematics & Computer Science

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Applied Mathematics & Computer Science

Major

Students in AMCS break problems into key elements, use computers for analysis and develop practical solutions. The program blends math and programming coursework with the liberal arts, providing graduates with both technical aptitude and strong people skills. This is a joint degree from the colleges of Engineering and Letters & Science.

Atmospheric Sciences

Major, Minor, Master's, Doctoral

Atmospheric Sciences

Major, Minor, Master's, Doctoral

Atmospheric Science, or meteorology, features small class sizes and ample opportunities for hands-on experience in forecasting, risk assessment, research and communication. The program prepares students for careers that rely heavily on data, analytics and decision support.

Biochemistry

Major, Master's, Doctoral

Biochemistry

Major, Master's, Doctoral

Biochemistry focuses on the application of chemical principles to the investigation of life processes. Biochemists work in a wide range of careers in academic institutions, pharmaceutical, medical and biotechnology industries, and government. Biochemistry also prepares students for professional schools in healthcare (including pre-medicine, pre-vet and pre-pharmacy).

Biological Sciences

Major, Minor, Master's, Doctoral

Biological Sciences

Major, Minor, Master's, Doctoral

Biology is the study of life – human, plant, animal. It is a popular choice for students preparing for careers in healthcare, agriculture, environmental care, food processing, manufacturing, product development, biotech, and more. Students can take a broad curriculum or focus on cell and molecular biology, microbiology, or industrial fermentation.

Biomedical Engineering

Major

Biomedical Engineering

Major

Biomedical engineers apply engineering principles to the health care field, improving people’s health and well-being. They design assistive, diagnostic, and therapeutic devices or even lasers for surgery. Biomedical engineers collaborate with health care professionals in research labs, hospitals and industry. Many launch startups in this fast-growing field.

Biomedical Sciences

Major, Master's, Online

Biomedical Sciences

Major, Master's, Online

Medical tests are critical to the accurate detection, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases, and so are the scientists who perform them. If you enjoy science and its practical application, a degree in biomedical sciences could be for you. This diverse program offers laboratory and diagnostic imaging sub-majors, as well as degree completion and UW flexible option sub-majors.

Chemistry

Major, Minor, Master's, Doctoral

Chemistry

Major, Minor, Master's, Doctoral

A foundational science, chemistry prepares students for a wide range of careers in industry, professional schools and graduate programs including research and development, forensics, manufacturing, engineering, conservation, medicine, and more. Research experience is critical and abundant to all UWM students in areas such as drug discovery, nanomaterials, synthesis, etc

Civil Engineering

Major

Civil Engineering

Major

Civil engineers improve infrastructure: roads, bridges and public utilities. Prepare for a career in government or the private sector by specializing in geotechnical, structural, transportation and municipal, or water and environmental engineering. Research alongside faculty on the leading-edge of infrastructure innovation in this ABET-accredited program.

Computer Engineering

Major

Computer Engineering

Major

Apply electrical engineering and computer science to hardware and software design, implementation and maintenance. Develop technical understanding of computers through mathematics and engineering. Use that knowledge to design networks and computerized equipment. Prevalent smart technologies increase computer engineers’ career opportunities. This program is ABET-accredited.

Computer Science

Major, Minor, Master's

Computer Science

Major, Minor, Master's

Study and design computer systems, networks, software, programming languages, algorithms and more. Computer scientists work as software engineers, game and app developers, systems integration consultants and IT managers. Computer science is a rapidly growing field. The undergraduate program is ABET-accredited.

Conservation & Environmental Science

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Conservation & Environmental Science

Major

UWM’s broad Conservation & Natural Resources track covers all aspects of the environment – land, biodiversity, GIS applications, policy and environmental interpretation. Or, students can opt for a Water Resources track focusing on the science of water distribution, supply, quality and ecological functions. Graduates work in labs, public programming, and administration.

Electrical Engineering

Major, Minor

Electrical Engineering

Major, Minor

Study electronics, controls, computer systems, optics, nanotechnology, microwave and radio-frequency engineering and more through this ABET accredited program. Electrical engineers work in many fields, including but not limited to renewable energy, electronics, bio-imaging, signal and image processing, communications, automation and optical and photonic device design.

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