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Are you interested in high tech? Then a career in engineering may be for you, starting with Casper College's engineering program. Engineering is essentially solving problems by using science to design applications. It is practical and scientific. It differs from some of the other sciences - biology, chemistry, physics - but there is considerable crossover.

Most careers in engineering require education beyond the associate degree and some require a graduate degree. With a Casper College degree, you'll be ready to tackle an engineering program at a four-year college or university.
Career opportunities include mechanical engineering, civil and environmental engineering, electrical engineering, bioengineering, computer engineering, industrial engineering, engineering physics, chemical engineering, and aerospace engineering.

Degrees and certificates

For requirements and more information about this program, view its listing in the course catalog:

Why choose Casper College?

Abour our engineering program

Casper College offers engineering courses that are required during the first two years of many engineering programs. The curriculum closely follows the University of Wyoming, but is very similar to most other universities. Our students have successfully transferred to many schools including top-tier universities in Virginia and Texas to name a few. One great advantage at Casper College is the small class size and the opportunity for students to receive close personal attention. Many of our alumni feel this was instrumental in their success.

Our facilities

The Wold Physical Science Center, which houses the engineering department, is centrally located, and contains study lounge areas, the Math Learning Center for one-onone tutorial at no charge, and computer labs.

Unique learning opportunities

Take part in the Wind Racer competition. Area colleges get together once a year to prove their engineering designs in a wind racer competition. The competition is meant to challenge students in applying engineering principles they've learned in the classroom out on the racetrack. The competition is fun and challenging at the same time.

Contact

Academic Assistant, School of Science
Office: PS 114
307-268-2513
Department Chair;
Physics Instructor
Office: PS 211
307-268-2064
Dean, School of Science
Office: PS 113
307-268-2593