UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
to the UWRF to the Physics/Chemistry/Engineering page. We offer several options for students wishing to become engineers.
Earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Physics for Industry and Engineering or Chemistry from UW-River Falls and an ABET-accredited Bachelor of Science degree in engineering from one of our partners: University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, University of Wisconsin – Madison, University of Minnesota-Duluth, or University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. Engineering degrees available include:
Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics
Biological Systems Engineering
Bioproducts and Biosystems Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Engineering Mechanics and Astronautics
Industrial and Systems Engineering
Materials Science and Engineering
B.S. Applied Physics for Industry and Engineering or Chemistry, University of Wisconsin-River Falls
B.S. Engineering, UM-Twin Cities, UW-Madison, UM-Duluth, UW-Milwaukee
Years to completion: about 5
Complete two years at UW-River Falls and two years at an engineering university. UWRF offers all the physics, mathematics and chemistry you need plus your first engineering and electronics courses. You can save money and enjoya supportive environment while making excellent progress toward you engineering degree.
Years to completion: about 4
Earn a Bachelor of Science in Applied Physics for Industry and Engineering at UWRF and a Masters or Ph.D. in Engineering from an engineering graduate school. Note that almost all graduate work in science and engineering is financially supported through tuition remission and a salary or stipend for being a teaching assistant or research assistant. Some students receive fellowships as well. So unlike many fields in which students must pay for graduate school with loans, students pursuing Masters and PhD work in science and engineering fields do not take on debt to do so. Here are the sample four year plans for APIE and the four certificates that APIE majors can pursue in Optics and Electronics, Mechanics, Entrepreneurship, and/or Biology.
B.S. Applied Physics for Industry and Engineering, University of Wisconsin-River Falls
M.S. or Ph.D. in Engineering, engineering university
Years to completion: about 6 (more for a Ph.D.)
Prof. Rellen Hardtke
University of Wisconsin-River Falls
121 Centennial Science Hall
410 S. Third St.
River Falls, WI 54022-5001
Phone: (715) 425-4230
Fax: (715) 425-0652