The School of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics is the only school of STEM at a four-year university in the state of Washington. The school offers seven distinct degree programs and two graduate programs. Additional degrees in chemistry, computer engineering and mechanical engineering will be added in 2014.
Students in the School of STEM school enjoy small class sizes, hands-on learning and research opportunities and professors who know their names.
STEM Programs at UW Bothell
- Applied Computing (BA)
- Biology (BS)
- Climate Science & Policy (BS)
- Computer Science and Software Engineering (BS and MS)
- Cyber Security Engineering (MS – begins fall 2013)
- Electrical Engineering (BSEE)
- Interactive Media Design (BS)
- Mathematics (BS – begins fall 2013)
- Chemistry (BS)(expected fall 2014)
- Computer Engineering (BS)(expected winter 2014)
- Mechanical Engineering (BS)(expected fall 2014)
Get Started on Your Undergraduate Research Career
UW Bothell students start early, performing hands-on research with STEM faculty. Learn more about undergraduate research opportunities.
Opening in 2014: UWB 3, the Science and Academic Building
Construction is under way on the $62 million Science and Academic Building at the University of Washington Bothell. The new building will house the School of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
Building Facts & Figures
- 74,000 square foot building which will accommodate 1,000 full-time students
- 430 classroom seats
- 11 science laboratories
- 250 lab seats
- 200-seat lecture hall.
- $62,850,000 construction cost
Learn more about UWB 3