at UW-Green Bay
A bachelor’s degree that works
The Engineering Technology program at UW-Green Bay equips you with the skills you need to succeed in a dynamic workplace. Hands-on learning is combined with academic coursework for the perfect combination of applied learning and scholarly knowledge.
So dive in. Get your hands dirty. Be a leader and a doer. Be in demand in a changing world. Be a student of engineering technology.
A future so bright . . .
Aerospace and avionics, optics and optoelectronics, research and development. A degree in Electrical Engineering Technology opens the doors to these careers and more. Get the technical and managerial skills necessary to ADAPT and SUCCEED in a highly competitive workplace. Explore the fundamentals of electronics, mathematics, physics, computers, and control systems while learning teamwork, technical writing, and project management. The Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering Technology at UW-Green Bay prepares you for a career that will last a lifetime.Back to Top
It’s your world . . .
Environmental consultant, sustainability manager, park naturalist. The careers of the future are changing, and with a degree in Environmental Engineering Technology, you’ll be ready. Get the critical problem-solving skills needed in regional and national industries, manufacturing, governmental, and engineering services firms. Combine hands-on labs with classes in engineering, mathematics, geoscience, chemistry, physics, and biology applied to a variety of environmental challenges. EXAMINE the effects of pollution on humans and ecosystems, FORM strategies to improve processes to prevent or minimize negative effects, and DEVELOP sustainable solutions to using available resources. Get ready to navigate a changing landscape with a degree in Environmental Engineering Technology.Back to Top
Transform your future . . .
Process designer, equipment testing, design analyst. Build your ideal career with a degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology. Get the problem-solving skills needed in regional and national industries, manufacturing, and engineering services firms. EXPLORE the fundamentals of mechanics, mathematics, physics, materials technology, and computer-aided design through hands-on labs and academic coursework. Plus DEVELOP teamwork, technical writing, and project management proficiencies that will distinguish you from the competition. Become a well-rounded engineering technologist who can adapt and succeed in a competitive workplace.Back to Top