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Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering

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Be at the forefront of future technologies.

We are proud to be the home of the only Mechanical Engineering program in the Northeast Wisconsin region. With all of the engineering, manufacturing and technological industries in the region, our students get to experience an array of internship opportunities during their study. And, due to the high demand of mechanical engineers in the job market, completion of our one of a kind program in the region leads to exciting, high-paying and rewarding careers with some of the most sought after employers.

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Embark on Your Journey

Get started on your undergraduate education and gear up for a successful career by applying to UW-Green Bay.

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Renew & Reinvent

A career in mechanical engineering means you can solve problems and design the future.

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Implement Your Ideas

With state-of-the-art equipment in our STEM Center, you can see your concepts come to life and work side-by-side with our expert and dedicated faculty.

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How Does it Work?

If you find yourself asking that, you’re in the right place.

You will learn how to design and build things – from car and airplane parts to robot and machine elements. As a mechanical engineer, you’re challenged to make things work better. You can make an impact in your community and satisfy your intellectual curiosity, with the advantage of high wages and steady job prospects.

About Mechanical Engineering
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Craig Brecheisen Mechanical Project Engineer at Kohler Co.

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Phoenix

"The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay gave me a chance to earn my Mechanical Engineering degree without having to leave Green Bay. Technology is state-of-the-art, top-notch, and brand new… in [Finite Element Analysis], you get to create different projects i.e., front-end geometry for race cars and then put different forces on it to see how it acts, to see if it will hold up. You actually get something physical to see."

Craig Brecheisen '20
Mechanical Project Engineer at Kohler Co.

Learning Outcomes

By the time you successfully complete the Mechanical Engineering bachelor's degree program, you'll have gained abilities, knowledge, and skills. You will be prepared to solve complex engineering problems in the workforce.

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Jagadeep Thota

Want to Know More?

If taking things apart and seeing why and how they moved always feels like lightning in your blood, we want to hear from you.

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