Hands-On Learning Opportunities

The Engineering Technology program combines hands-on learning with academic coursework that is the perfect blend of applied training and scholarly discovery to make you indispensable in the workforce. Engineering Technology program students can gain research experience at UW-Green Bay through the Department of Natural and Applied Science and the Environmental Management and Business Institute.

Math and Sciences

In addition to a pre-professional program in Engineering, UW-Green Bay's Department of Natural and Applied Sciences (NAS) houses programs of study in Environmental Science, Biology, Chemistry, Geoscience, Mathematics, and Physics. NAS offers opportunities for student research within these fields.
Visit the NAS site


UW-Green Bay's Environmental Management and Business Institute (EMBI) helps promote environmental awareness, eco-friendly initiatives in the community. One of the ways they do this is by offering internships and research opportunities.
Visit the EMBI site