Architectural engineering students learn about building systems in preparation to
become a Professional Engineer in the building industry. At UW, the Architectural
Engineering program has a strong reputation for strength in Building Information Modeling,
which refers to the 3D computer modeling of building systems and simulating building
performance. We have faculty strength in the areas of Structural Engineering, and
Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) with a focus on smart buildings.
Although architectural engineering students also take a small dose of architecture
courses, it is not an architecture degree. This program also offers a summer Study
Abroad program in Europe. Download our brochure to find out more.
ARE Degree Programs
Civil engineering students learn about infrastructure and the technical aspects of
urban and rural land development, in preparation to become a Professional Engineer.
Civil engineers design roads and bridges, municipal water systems, sewer systems and
wastewater treatment plants, dams and irrigation channels, excavations and slope-stability
projects. Many civil engineers have the opportunity to work outdoors, and there are
Civil Engineering jobs in small counties as well as big cities. At the University
of Wyoming, the Civil Engineering faculty work on cutting-edge subjects such as Intelligent
Transportation Systems and large-scale groundwater modeling. Download our brochure to find out more.
CE Degree Programs
Construction Management at the University of Wyoming is a new degree program offered
through the Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering. Construction Management
as an occupation is growing at a faster rate than any other occupation in the United
States. The increasing complexity of new buildings and industrial (horizontal) construction
prompts this growth along with an increase in projected retirements of current Construction
Managers. The Construction Management program at the University of Wyoming seeks to
prepare a future workforce capable of competing in and driving technological advancements
in construction industries. Download the Construction Management brochure to find out more.
WWC Engineering Names Three UW Recipients of Paul Rechard Memorial Scholarship
UW Construction Management Program Receives Full National Accreditation
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