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Become an Engineer

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is proud to announce the newest and only Mechanical Engineering program in Northeast Wisconsin. Part of the College of Science, Engineering and Technology and offered through the Richard J. Resch School of Engineering, the Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering is designed as a cutting-edge program that will offer students individualized attention from award-winning professors, a hands-on education with state-of the-art equipment, and opportunities for research and internships with some of the largest companies and employers in the region.
Talk to an advisor or request to have information sent to you to find out more. Or apply now to join us as a new era in Engineering and STEM education dawns at UW-Green Bay and in Northeast Wisconsin. UW-Green Bay will be admitting new freshman, as well as freshman and sophomore level transfer students for the fall 2018 semester. The deadline to apply is August 24!

Why Engineering?

One of the fastest-growing regions in the state and the Midwest for engineering jobs, Northeast Wisconsin will see tremendous growth in the need for and recruitment of new Engineers. Engineering as a career focuses on theoretical aspects of mathematical, scientific and engineering principals. New professionals with a Bachelor of  Science in Mechanical Engineering from UW-Green Bay will be perfectly-timed and well-prepared to meet the swell in demand for engineers, leading to high-paying, rewarding careers in some of the region’s most sought after employers.


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Meet Professor John Katers

Dean of the College of Science Engineering and Technology

An award-winning educator and leader, Dr. Katers was named a Wisconsin Idea Fellow by the UW System in recognition of his outstanding public service and outreach to business and industry. He serves as Dean of the College of Science Engineering and Technology, coordinating all academic programs in the college, including bachelor’s programs in Mechanical Engineering as well as Electrical, Mechanical and Environmental Engineering Technology, and the master’s program in Sustainable Management. John says, “This region has the most open positions for engineers in the state and has seen an 18% increase in demand for engineers since 2010,” says Katers. “As an aspiring engineer, I had to leave the Green Bay area to complete my engineering degree. Our future students won’t need to do that.” If you have any questions about the Mechanical Engineering program, please contact us!

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