At MSOE, theory is brought to life and reinforced for students through extensive integration of laboratory experimentation. Understanding theoretical concepts and knowing how to apply them is key
to the success of MSOE graduates.
Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) is an independent university with about 2,500 students. Established in 1903, and celebrating its 109th year in 2012, MSOE provides a climate for students to become well-rounded, technologically experienced graduates, and
highly productive professionals and leaders.
MSOE has a small university atmosphere within an exciting city environment. The 20-acre, user-friendly campus is located in a historic district in downtown Milwaukee, just blocks from beautiful Lake Michigan. There are dozens of student activities, organizations,
sororities and fraternities, and intramural sports. MSOE students may also participate in 21 intercollegiate sports from basketball to hockey.
MSOE offers a personalized education with an 14-to-1 student-to-faculty ratio. Classes are taught by professors with key employment experience in their respective field, not teaching assistants. The university has a four-year graduation guarantee for on-track
students, and a post-graduation placement rate of 95 percent. Students gain invaluable experience through more than 600 laboratory hours, professional internships, study abroad programs, and work in the Applied Technology Center™.
MSOE offers 18 bachelor's degrees and 9 master's degrees in the engineering, engineering technology, building and infrastructure engineering, computer, business nursing and health-related engineering fields.
Milwaukee School of Engineering became a PLTW Affiliate in 2004 for the engineering program and was selected to be the affiliate for the biomedical sciences program in 2011.
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