A Degree That Works

Join UW-Green Bay's fastest-growing major. Combine hands-on learning with academic coursework and get ready for high-demand jobs in the growing field of engineering technology. The University partners with regional leaders and technical colleges so that you will be prepared for an ever-changing industry. Get the technical skills that will make you an expert and the critical-thinking skills that will make you indispensable.

What Will I Learn?

All of the Engineering Technology programs (electrical, mechanical and environmental) include a strong liberal arts base along with a number of hands-on experiences, including a capstone experience or internship that often will be working with businesses and organizations in Northeast Wisconsin. Often times, these opportunities lead to a job offer — before graduation! Learn More

Electrical Engineering Technology

Prepare for a career in electrical engineering technology with the technical and managerial skills necessary to enter careers in the design application, installation, manufacturing, operation, and maintenance of electrical systems. 

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Environmental Engineering Technology

Prepare for a career in applied environmental engineering using critical problem-solving skills needed in regional and national industries, manufacturing, governmental, and engineering services firms.

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Mechanical Engineering Technology

Prepare for a career in applied mechanical engineering with the versatility, flexibility, and problem-solving skills needed in regional and national industries, manufacturing, and engineering services firms.

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Become a Phoenix

UW-Green Bay has excellent teachers, internships, research opportunities, and a great record of placing students into jobs and graduate programs. Learn More

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UW-Green Bay's Patricia Terry

Meet Patricia Terry

Patricia Terry is a professor of engineering and the Director of UW-Green Bay's Engineering Technology program. Her research interests include water quality, environmental separations, alternative energies and biodiesel. 

Terry is one of many faculty members in the program that are waiting to hear from you to discuss this exciting field and the possibilities for your future. If you have any questions about the Engineering Technology program, please contact us!

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Hands-on Learning

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. Students in the Engineering Technology program can gain research experience at UW-Green Bay through the Department of Natural and Applied Science and the Environmental Management and Business Institute.

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