The University of Wisconsin–Madison will be holding a series of informational webinars on the new online Master of Engineering in Sustainable Systems Engineering (SSE). The webinars offer the opportunity for interested individuals to ask specific questions on the program, hear from UW–Madison online Master of Engineering program students and alumni on their experiences, and to learn more about the SSE curriculum from SSE faculty.
Online information sessions will be held:
- Wednesday, July 25, 7:00-7:30 pm Central Time
- Thursday, July 26, 1:00-1:30 pm Central Time
Pre-registration for information sessions is required. To register for an information session, contact Marty Gustafson, SSE Program Director, email@example.com, 800-462-0876 or 608-262-8819.
SSE is designed to prepare mid-career engineers with knowledge in sustainable engineering practices to be leaders in managing systems that impact the quality of water, land, air, energy, economics, and society. In addition, SSE focuses on the technical aspects of three specializations—energy production and distribution, facilities and built environment, and public infrastructure.