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About Mechanical Engineering

A Well-Grounded Foundation

At UW-Green Bay, you’ll get hands-on experience to prepare for your career.

Our program is designed to give you the skills you need to succeed in one of the most versatile and in-demand field. With a small student/faculty ratio and no teaching assistant taught courses, you get direct access to expert professors. Courses are hands-on, with practical laboratory experiences that sets you up for success after graduation.

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Student organizations provide you with more educational opportunities and give you the chance to meet like-minded students.

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Cover the Cost

One way to ease your financial stress is applying for scholarships, especially because of the amount available to STEM students.

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Forge Your Craft

As a mechanical engineering student, you’ll build critical thinking and develop skills to succeed in the workforce.

What You'll Learn

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Polish Your Portfolio

Our program is designed to give you real-world experience.

In today’s workforce, you need to do more than just go to class and have a good GPA. You have to demonstrate your skills and expertise through work experience. In our internships-rich region, your resume will stand out to future employers.

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Stem Center

Providing resources to turn your ideas into reality.

The Brown County STEM Innovation Center is a 63,730 square-foot collaborative space that enables our campus and our community to research and learn. The building includes spaces like engineering and dietetics laboratories, a machine shop with CNC machine tools and 3D printing capabilities, and instructional kitchen.

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Student: Faculty Ratio

Our student to faculty ratio for the engineering program is 20:1, so you’re able to build rapport with professors and help them with their research projects.

100% Student Success

Since we introduced our program, 100% of our graduates had jobs or were pursuing higher education 6 months after graduation.

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Regional Demand

Since 2010, our region has seen an 18% increase in demand for mechanical engineers.

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If you’re having trouble with classes, don’t worry – we’ve all been there. Get in touch with your professors and learn how you can take advantage of our resources to succeed in class.

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