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.
As a PhD student in nuclear engineering and engineering physics, you’ll gain deeper experience studying the interaction of radiation with matter.
As a master’s student in nuclear engineering and engineering physics, you’ll learn the principles of how radiation intersects with matter, as well as its applications in several areas of engineering physics.
As a PhD student in engineering mechanics, you’ll delve deeper into several main areas of the mechanics of materials and astronautics: continuum mechanics, computational mechanics, dynamics and vibration, fluid mechanics, nanomechanics, solid mechanics, and biomechanics.