New majors and courses in evolving fields, such as cybersecurity, computer engineering, and biomedical engineering, will prepare you for the in-demand jobs of the future.
Sesquicentennial Hall, the newest engineering building, features living-learning classrooms, a green roof, Innovation Center, and many features focused on sustainability and hands-on learning.
Nationally Recognized Women in STEM Program
UW-Platteville’s award-winning Women in STEM program has helped the university grow the number of women enrolled in STEM fields by 60% in the past decade. The program won the 2016 Claire L. Felbinger Award for Diversity and Inclusion.
Practical and Affordable
UW-Platteville tuition ranks among the lowest in the state of Wisconsin. You’ll spend less on a world-class engineering education than your peers in comparable programs at other universities. Plus, we offer a wide range of scholarships and financial aid opportunities.
Learn more about top engineering programs at UW-Platteville. Plus, schedule a campus visit—you’ll meet peers and professors, explore cutting-edge labs, and discover all the opportunities available to you.