Collaborative Engineering Program
Why Choose to earn your degree through a collaborative program?
UW-Platteville, in collaboration with UW-Fox Valley and UW-Rock County, 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
- No relocating to Platteville required
- Courses taught by engineering professors, not teaching assistants
- Evening and hybrid classes available
Sarah Barron returned to school to pursue her interest in engineering after earning her Bachelor of Arts in East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies, and teaching for three years in Japan. READ MORE