Collaborative Engineering Program

Collaborative Engineering Program

Why Choose to earn your degree through a collaborative program?

UW-Platteville, in collaboration with UW-Fox Valley, allows you to earn your degree in mechanical engineering or electrical engineering through a unique hybrid delivery that includes face-to-face and online courses along with hands-on classroom and lab experiences.

Designed with the non-traditional, place-bound student in mind, this collaborative delivery can help you increase your earning potential and career stability. The flexibility of the program lets you complete the degree at your pace - even if you've already started your career. No credits are needed to get started, and you can continue working while earning your degree.

Our ABET-accredited degree programs emphasize practical aspects and application of theoretical concepts while demonstrating a commitment to teamwork and communication skills. You'll develop your problem-solving skills and become an industry-ready creative thinker who can apply your analytical and technical skills to positions such as mechanical engineer, manufacturing engineer, electrical engineer, systems engineer, and more.

A Unique Program

University of Wisconsin-Platteville campus

  • No relocating to Platteville required
  • Courses taught by engineering professors, not teaching assistants
  • Evening and hybrid classes available


Brian Eberwein

Brian Eberwein, a non-traditional student, wanted to restart a mechanical engineering degree he began in 1992. However, he did not want to move his family away from Appleton to accomplish that goal.. READ MORE


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