The Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) is a private university located in downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin
As of fall 2011, Milwaukee School of Engineering had an enrollment of more than 2,500 undergraduate and graduate students.
The curricula at MSOE are centered around engineering, business, mathematics and nursing. MSOE’s primary focus is on undergraduate education, however, it does offer post-graduate master’s programs. As of the 2013-2014 school year, MSOE had 135 full-time faculty members, 78% of whom hold a doctoral degree. Professors teach all courses; teaching assistants are not used. The student to faculty ratio is 14:1.
In 2012, MSOE established the Graduate Tuition Grant, allowing bachelor’s degree graduates to earn a master’s degree from MSOE without paying tuition, as long as they meet certain criteria.
MSOE has full-time bachelor of science programs in engineering: architectural, biomedical, computer, electrical, industrial, mechanical, software, biomolecular, a freshman-to-master’s degree in civil engineering. A part-time engineering degree is also offered. MSOE’s Rader School of Business offers degrees in business management, international business, and management information systems. Additional four-year undergraduate programs are nursing, construction managementt, technical communication, actuarial science and operations research. Two-year transfer programs leading to B.S. degrees are offered in Electrical Engineering, Engineering and Management.
MSOE confers master’s degrees in engineering, MBA in Education Leadership, engineering management, medical informatics, perfusion, structural engineering, civil engineering, construction and business management, marketing and export management, and new product management.