The UW-Madison College of Engineering is among the nation’s best. Our graduate degrees and programs are highly ranked and our faculty are respected as leaders. Here you won’t just find classrooms and labs, you’ll find a welcoming community designed to support you, mentor you and help you excel in your chosen field of research. Get ready to make an impact both on campus and around the world.
This online program helps you develop a broad and deep understanding of environmental challenges and environmental engineering solutions for our most pressing problems.
As a student in our online Master of Engineering program—the only one focused on internal combustion engines—you’ll gain the expertise to become a chief engineer and lead the engine development process for engine-only or hybrid powertrains by integrating your knowledge in thermal sciences, design, mechanics, manufacturing, electronics, and controls.
As a student in this online master’s program, you’ll learn to lead strategic initiatives that capture and transform complex data into knowledge that drives improvements to engineering analysis, design, and performance—skills that many industries have a critical need for.
Learn to lead and optimize the entire manufacturing process—leveraging advanced tools, technologies, and automation systems—with the online Master of Engineering in Manufacturing Systems Engineering degree.
In this online master’s program you’ll learn about the current state of polymer engineering and plastics, relevant to a range of specialties, through the lens of traditional processing, manufacturing, and synthetic techniques. You’ll also learn about the future direction of the industry, including sustainability.
Environmental impacts, resource constraints and increased demand from a developing world is shifting global energy systems toward a more sustainable energy future.
As a student in our accelerated, non-thesis program in biomedical engineering, you’ll take classes that deepen your knowledge of the engineering tools you need to solve problems in biology and medicine and further contribute in the workplace.
As a student in our Biomedical Innovation, Design and Entrepreneurship accelerated program, you’ll engage in graduate-level, project-based experiences in design, prototyping and manufacturing.
As a master’s student in biomedical engineering, you’ll apply engineering tools in your research as you solve problems in biology and medicine.
The civil and environmental engineering professional (accelerated) master’s program from UW–Madison equips you with the latest scientific and technological knowledge and the skills and tools you need to analyze advanced engineering problems.
As a student in our research-based two-year master’s program, you’ll be able to advance your education in one of several areas of specialization, including construction engineering and management, environmental engineering, geo and pavement engineering, structural engineering, transportation engineering, and water resources/environmental fluid mechanics.