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Milwaukee School of Engineering in USA
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Milwaukee School of Engineering

Overview

Teaching comes first at MSOE. Every class and lab we offer is taught by seasoned faculty members who have an average of seven years of relevant business or industrial experience in their field. There are no teaching assistants here. Most universities talk about offering hands-on work, but few can match the hundreds of hours of laboratory experience you will get as a student at MSOE. In fact, we have more labs on our campus than classrooms—and they’re all available to undergraduates.

MSOE’s undergraduate engineering programs have been ranked 10th in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. MSOE is one of only a handful of universities across the country that guarantees students get all of the classes they need to graduate in four years. Undergraduate students who follow the program track for their major are assured to get the classes they need, when they need them! MSOE offers more than 70 academic, professional and social organizations and club and intercollegiate sports.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Location & Facilities

Living and learning in East Town — our vibrant downtown neighborhood and one of Milwaukee’s most exciting and safest — is walking distance from professional opportunities, academic, cultural and recreational opportunities. And we’re just blocks from Lake Michigan! Campus life at MSOE is as much a part of a student’s life as any class or lab. You will be surrounded by a diverse body of smart students who are interested in making the most of every academic, social and recreational opportunity they find. Together, you will discover more about your interests, your talents and your dreams than you ever thought possible.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


List of Departments / Schools / Faculty / College

 

Civil and Architectural Engineering and Construction Management Department

 

Major

  • Architectural Engineering, B.S.
  • Civil Engineering B.S., M.S.
  • Construction Management, B.S.

 

Double Major

  • Architectural Engineering and Construction Management B.S.

 

Dual Degrees

  • Architectural Engineering B.S. with Structural Engineering M.S.

 

Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department

 

Major

  • Biomedical Engineering, B.S.
  • Computer Engineering, B.S.
  • Electrical Engineering AAS-EET to BSEE Transfer Plan
  • Electrical Engineering Technology, B.S.
  • Electrical Engineering, B.S.
  • Electrical Engineering, German Study-Abroad, FHL Students, B.S.
  • Electrical Engineering, German Study-Abroad, MSOE Students, B.S.
  • Software Engineering, B.S.

 

General Studies Department

 

Major

  • Technical Communication - 2 + 2 Degree (Plan A), B.S.
  • Technical Communication, B.A.
  • Technical Communication, B.S.

Minor

  • German Studies Minor
  • Psychology Minor
  • Technical Communication Minor

 

Mathematics Department

 

Major

  • Actuarial Science, B.S.
  • Operations Research, B.S.

Minor

  • Mathematics Minor

 

Mechanical Engineering Department

 

Major

  • Engineering, B.S.
  • Industrial Engineering, B.S.
  • Mechanical Engineering (Lubeck Students at MSOE), B.S.
  • Mechanical Engineering (MSOE Students at Lubeck), B.S.
  • Mechanical Engineering Technology, B.S.
  • Mechanical Engineering, B.S.

 

Physics and Chemistry Department

 

Major

  • BioMolecular Engineering, B.S.

Minor

  • Chemistry
  • Physics

 

Rader School of Business

 

Major

  • Business Management - 2 + 2 Degree Completion Option, B.S.
  • Business Management, B.S.
  • International Business, B.S.
  • International Business, ISW Exchange Option, B.S.
  • Management Information Systems - 2 + 2 Degree Completion Option, B.S.
  • Management Information Systems, B.S.

Minor

  • Business Management Minor
  • Marketing and Entrepreneurship Minor

Certificates

  • CompTIA Certifications
  • Microsoft Certifications

 

School of Nursing

 

Major

  • Accelerated Second Degree B.S. in Nursing
  • Nursing, B.S.

 


Courses Offered

Sr.no Level Name of the Program
1 UG Architectural Engineering
2 UG Biomedical Engineering
3 UG BioMolecular Engineering
4 UG Civil Engineering
5 UG Computer Engineering
6 UG Construction Engineering
7 UG Electrical Engineering
8 UG Industrial Engineering
9 UG Engineering
10 UG Mechanical Engineering
11 UG Software Engineering
12 UG Bachelor of Business Administration
13 UG Actuarial Science
14 UG B.S. in Nursing – Traditional Track
15 UG B.S. in Nursing – Accelerated Second-Degree Track
16 UG Bachelor of Business Administration
17 PG M.S. in Architectural Engineering
18 PG M.S. in Civil Engineering
19 PG M.S. in Engineering
20 PG M.S. in Perfusion
21 PG MBA in Education Leadership
22 PG MSOE MBA
23 PG M.B.A. in STEM Leadership
24 PG Engineering Management
25 PG Marketing and Export Management
26 PG New Product Management
27 PG Nursing
28 PG Master of Business Administration in Education Leadership
29 PG Master of Business Administration in STEM Leadership
30 PG Master of Business Administration
31 PG Master of Science in Engineering Management
32 PG Master of Science in Marketing and Export Management
33 PG Master of Science in New Product Management

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Scholarships

 

Academic Merit Scholarships

 

MSOE awards new students with an academic scholarship based on their high school cumulative GPA and their ACT or SAT scores. Incoming freshmen are eligible for a scholarship ranging from $8,000-$12,000. Transfer students are eligible for a scholarship ranging from $6,000-$10,000. Academic scholarships are renewable on a yearly basis up to a maximum of six years (18 full-time quarters). Students must maintain a 2.0 cumulative GPA and satisfactory academic progress to keep their academic scholarship.

 

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Scholarship

 

To be considered for this scholarship, students must submit a letter of recommendation from the student’s CNA instructor to his/her Admission Counselor. This scholarship is $1,000 and renewable up to a maximum of six years (18 full-time quarters). Letters of recommendation are due by Jan. 1.

 

Delta Epsilon Chi Association (DECA) Scholarship

 

To be considered for the DECA Scholarship, students must submit a letter of recommendation from the student’s DECA Advisor to his/her Admission Counselor. This scholarship is $1,000 and renewable up to a maximum of six years (18 full-time quarters). Letters of recommendation are due by Jan. 1.

 

Destination MSOE Scholarship (PLTW, FIRST, Skills USA or TSA)

 

Students who have participated in Project Lead The Way (PLTW), FIRST Robotics, Skills USA, or TSA high school programs are eligible to receive a $3,000 scholarship, renewable for up to six years (18 full-time quarters). This scholarship may be used for any undergraduate course of study at MSOE. Students who have participated in more than one of these organizations or who have taken more than one PLTW class may NOT earn additional scholarship money. Requirements:

FIRST, SkillsUSA, TSA:

  • Students must submit a letter of recommendation from their team leader or coach attesting to participation in one of the above high school programs.* FIRST letters of recommendation must indicate team name and team number.
  • All materials are due by Jan. 1.

PLTW:

  • Students must submit a letter of recommendation from his/her PLTW teacher prior to Jan. 1.

 

Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Scholarship

 

To be considered for the FBLA scholarship, a student must submit a letter of recommendation from the student’s FBLA advisor to his/her admission counselor. This scholarship is $1,000 and is renewable up to a maximum of six years (18 full-time quarters). Letters of recommendation are due by Jan. 1.

 

Legacy Scholarship

 

This scholarship is for full-time incoming freshmen who have a parent, grandparent, or great-grandparent who graduated from MSOE. This award is $1,000 and is renewable up to six years (18 full-time quarters). To receive the scholarship, students must indicate that his or her parent or grandparent is a graduate of MSOE on his/her admission application. In order to be eligible for the Legacy Scholarship, students must submit their online application prior to Jan. 1. MSOE’s Financial Aid Office may contact you to confirm the name of the parent/grandparent prior to awarding the scholarship.

 

Opportunity Grant

 

MSOE’s Opportunity Grant is available to incoming students who are non-Wisconsin residents and enroll within 12 months of high school graduation. To receive the grant, students must have filed the FAFSA. This is a $3,000 renewable grant.

 

Private Scholarships

 

MSOE’s Financial Aid Office understands that searching for private scholarships can be difficult. In order to assist students in their scholarship search, our office has compiled the following private scholarship websites for your review. While MSOE is providing these sites, we do not endorse nor are we affiliated with any of the private resources listed.

 

Reserve Officer Training Corps

 

Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) is an educational program that trains students to be officers in the United States military. Scholarship opportunities are available through all of the ROTC programs in a variety of academic majors.

 

Rube Goldberg Scholarship

 

To be considered for the Rube Goldberg Scholarship, students need to submit a letter of recommendation from their coach to their admission counselor. This scholarship is a $1,000 scholarship that is renewable for up to six years (18 full-time quarters). All materials are due by Jan. 1.

 

Science Olympiad Protein Modeling Scholarshi

 

The Science Olympiad Protein Modeling Scholarship is a competitive scholarship program for full-time incoming freshmen, who participated in Science Olympiad Protein Modeling event at the National Tournament any time during high school. Members of the National Championship team will receive $10,000/year and other participants will receive $1,000/year if they complete the scholarship application. The scholarship may be used for any undergraduate course of study at MSOE. The scholarships are renewable up to a maximum of six years (18 full-time quarters). To apply for the scholarship, students must submit the following to their admission counselor:

  • A letter of recommendation from the student’s Science Olympiad team coach must be submitted to the student’s admission counselor.
  • Students must notify their admission counselor and submit all materials by Jan. 1.

 

Scout Scholarship

 

Students who have participated in Scouts and have obtained or are working towards obtaining their Eagle Scout Rank or Gold Award are eligible for a $1,000 scholarship. This scholarship is renewable for up to six years (18 full-time quarters). If student is working towards their eagle scout rank, they will need to notify their admissions counselor and have the letter of verification from their scoutmaster stating the expected completion date. To receive this scholarship, students must submit a letter of recommendation from their scout master, troop leader, or crew advisor to their admission counselor. Letters of recommendation are due by Jan. 1.

 

SMART Teams Scholarship

 

The SMART (Student Modeling A Research Topic) Teams Scholarship is a competitive scholarship program for full-time incoming freshmen, who participated in SMART teams any time during high school. The scholarship may be used for any undergraduate course of study at MSOE. The scholarship is $1,000 and is renewable up to a maximum of six years (18 full-time quarters). To apply for this scholarship, students must submit the following to their admissions counselor:

  • A letter of recommendation from an adult SMART Team Teacher or Mentor
  • All materials are due by Jan. 1.

 

Summer Programs Scholarship

 

Students who have participated in MSOE’s Summer Programs during high school are eligible to receive a $1,000 scholarship. This scholarship is renewable for up to six years (18 full-time quarters) and may be used for any undergraduate course of study at MSOE. Requirements:

  • Students must have participated in MSOE’s Summer Programs.
  • Students must apply for admission to MSOE by Jan. 1st of their senior year.

 

Transfer Student Academic Scholarships

 

Transfer students at MSOE can qualify for scholarships based on merit ranging from $6,000-$10,000.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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