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Career Cluster brochure for Science, Engineering & Math

Science, Engineering & Math

Degrees That Do More.

Engineer the Science of Tomorrow. Science, Engineering & Math

B.S. Applied Biochemistry & Molecular Biology

Develop a portfolio of cutting-edge research skills as you solve pressing social concerns related to biofuels, pharmaceuticals, waste use and more. Our program will prepare you for work in diagnostics, forensics, genomics and medicine. B.S. Applied Math & Computer Science Turn your passion for mathematics, statistics and computer science into a career by building your analytical skills and technical abilities through hands-on experience in a specialized field of study. Concentrations Actuarial & Data Science; Business Management; Cybersecurity; Interdisciplinary; Mathematics Education; Scientific Computing; Software Development B.S. Applied Science Pursue a career of scientific impact. Bridge your passion for physics with engineering. Tie your love of biology with tech. Discover chemistry through its industrial applications. Study materials of all sizes. Or combine them all into one degree. Concentrations Applied Physics; Biology; Industrial Chemistry; Interdisciplinary Science; Materials & Nanoscience

99% Employed or Continuing Education

Labs • Energy Systems Lab • Fab Lab • Food Science Research Lab • Foundry • Manufacturing Lab • Packaging Labs • Plastics Engineering Lab • Research & Development Prototyping Additional Accreditations • ABET Engineering Accreditation Commission • ABET Engineering Technology Acreditation Commission • Insititue of Food Technologies

B.S. Computer & Electrical Engineering

Build a career through hands-on experience designing hardware/software for embedded systems, computer networks, robotics, AI, automation, health care instrumentation, electronics and more. Concentrations Computer Engineering; Electrical Engineering

• Robotics Lab • Welding Labs

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B.S. Engineering Technology Develop skills in technology and management related to design, production, automation, manufacturing and application trends and launch a career in a related engineering discipline. Concentrations Industrial Automation; Mechanical Design; Plastics; Production Operations B.S. Environmental Science Pursue a career in ecosystem conservation, fishery science, wetland and prairie restoration, environmental health, sustainable natural resource management or other areas through hands-on experiences in our labs, applied research and field work opportunities. Concentrations Aquatic Biology; Environmental Health; Human Dimensions; Natural Resource Conservation B.S. Food Science & Technology Develop new food products, test recipes, source ingredients, implement sustainable agriculture and food processes or enhance food safety in a customizable program that combines food-centered chemistry, microbiology, engineering and nutrition. B.S. Manufacturing Engineering Develop expertise in selecting materials, processing them into usable products and controlling automated production systems. Our comprehensive program trains you in engineering design, automation systems and industrial management. B.S. Mechanical Engineering Enhance your career opportunities learning to design and manufacture nearly everything—from micro-scale objects to medical devices and airplanes—through a curriculum that covers mechanics, kinematics, thermal/ fluid sciences, materials science and more. B.S. Packaging Combine your interests in design and manufacturing for a high-demand career in packaging with hands on training and experience in package printing and design, business, quality management, research and development.

B.S. Plastics Engineering Revolutionize the future of biodegradable and compostable plastics with training in product and mold design, materials science and advanced processing techniques and create a career leading innovation in medical, automotive and other industries.

Related Minors Biology Biomedical Instrumentation Chemistry Cognitive Neuroscience Computer Science Construction Environmental Health Food Science & Technology Geographic Information Systems Global Perspectives on Engineering Materials Science Mathematics Mechanical & Electrical Constructions Packaging Physics Plant Science Quality Engineering Science, Technology & Society

Related Degrees B.S. Automation Leadership B.S. Construction B.S. Dietetics B.S. Professional Communication & Emerging Media B.S. Psychology B.S. Technology Education


It’s Ok if You Don’t Know At UW-Stout, the importance of applied learning and research goes beyond your degree program—it’s the value it provides helping you choose one. Hands-on experiences are about discovery, so it’s ok if you don’t know what you want to do yet. As you prepare to apply and even after you’re admitted, we have tools, tips and support that will help you discover what you’re driven to do. Learn More Get Started with Stout Core Your UW-Stout education and your career start with 40 foundational Stout Core credits. These classes will build your confidence and give you the collaborative, communication and critical-thinking skills that employers look for. Your Stout Core classes can enhance your degree, and with good planning, you can earn a degree minor in the process. That means whichever of our polytechnic programs you pursue, Stout Core will give you more time in your field of study so you graduate ready to make an impact in whatever you do.

University of Wisconsin-Stout Admissions Office Call: 715-232-1232 Text: 715-602-8088

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