Expand your knowledge and drive innovation with programs developed by experts who work in the field.
Didn't make it back to school this fall, but still want to keep learning? Take a look at our list of programs that start this winter and find one that piques your interest.
The UW has launched a new Master of Science in Civil Engineering: Energy Infrastructure, which will prepare engineers for the energy challenges of the future.
Explore the advanced principles and tools of civil engineering and prepare to tackle the complex environmental and infrastructure challenges facing today’s world.
Learn to combine the engineering principles and management techniques needed to lead major infrastructure efforts. Prepare yourself for new challenges in the heavy construction industry.
Gain the knowledge and skills required to plan, design, construct and manage the balance of plant components associated with energy infrastructure projects.
Learn to combine the technical knowledge and management techniques necessary to lead major infrastructure efforts. Start or advance your career in heavy construction management.
Develop a deeper understanding of transportation and logistics as applied to complex supply chain issues in this engineering-focused program.
Explore sustainable transportation planning and policy, and analyze the growing interest in transportation’s environmental, social, energy and economic impacts on our society.
Build an in-depth understanding of the critical issues and major factors surrounding the planning and development of sustainable transportation systems.
Study the physical, chemical and biological characteristics of wetlands and their many functions. Explore the complex land-use laws that apply to wetlands and affect their management and protection.
Study the fundamental concepts of electrical engineering and fulfill the prerequisites for admission to the Master of Science in Electrical Engineering at UW Bothell.
Gain the skills needed to develop embedded and real-time software for microcontrollers and microprocessors. Design, develop, test, debug and document software for embedded devices.
Develop your understanding of embedded systems, wireless communications, signal processing, smart grids and renewable energy, controls, mobile applications, electromagnetics and microelectronics.
Gain advanced skills in and a deeper understanding of electrical engineering topics. Learn to design, analyze and optimize electronic and electrical systems.
Prepare for technical leadership roles in industry as you build on your mechanical engineering background in various topics.
Explore a wide spectrum of theoretical and practical developments in the field of aircraft composite materials and manufacturing.
Explore state-of-the-art methods in aircraft composite design. Learn about the mechanics, materials, analysis methods and design aspects of the field.
Gain the tools and knowledge to become a successful engineering technical lead, first-level manager or program manager in an organization of any size.
Learn how to apply the systems thinking, problem solving and analytical skills needed to develop optimized engineering solutions to complex engineering problems.
Expand your professional expertise in aerospace engineering. Choose to specialize in controls, fluids, structures or composites as part of this program.
Acquire a deep understanding of the pharmaceutical development pipeline and get advanced training in drug design, molecular targeting, and cellular and physiological mechanisms.
Advance your skills in researching, designing and engineering the interactions between people and technology.
Learn the technology development, design thinking and entrepreneurial skills needed to create pioneering connected device solutions.
Explore aircraft design and analysis. Study the theoretical and practical aspects of finite element methods, design philosophy and criteria, and fatigue and fracture.