MSOE’s architectural engineering degree prepares you for a career in the design and construction of buildings and building systems. Lecture and laboratory courses integrate theory and practical application. You’ll choose from three specialties: building electrical systems, building mechanical systems or building structural systems.
Biomedical engineers use engineering principles and methods to create products and services to improve peoples’ lives, such as cardiac pacemakers, CT scanners and artificial hips. They use their skills in math, physics, biology and anatomy to improve equipment and processes and advance health care technology.
Biomolecular engineers work at the interface of engineering and molecular biology to solve engineering problems, improve current products and processes and develop new products and processes at the molecular level. Students in MSOE’s BioE program learn about cell engineering, nanotechnology and genomics in advanced laboratories.
MSOE’s freshman-to-master’s degree in civil engineering is the only one of its kind in Wisconsin. You’ll earn your bachelor’s and master’s degree in civil engineering in just five years. Graduates learn mathematics, natural science and engineering principles but are also proficient in business, public policy, leadership and team work.
MSOE’s CE program integrates hardware and software, building on the disciplines of electrical engineering and computer science. Graduates have not only the technological know-how and communication skills, but also the leadership skills and business knowledge to move their organizations forward.
Learn how to direct building construction projects from conception until completion through MSOE’s degree in construction management. The core curriculum includes construction materials and methods, estimating, scheduling, project management and more.
MSOE’s EE program places a strong emphasis on projects and laboratory implementation, reinforcing the theory and essential skills of teamwork and communication. Students take major-related courses as early as freshman year, and have the opportunity to study abroad or participate in a five-year co-op program.
This program enables AAS graduates of electrical engineering technology programs to transfer efficiently into MSOE’s electrical engineering program.
MSOE’s bachelor’s in engineering degree is designed for working adults who want to enhance their knowledge and professional credentials with an engineering degree. With available part-time and evening classes, the program provides a general, flexible interdisciplinary curriculum in the engineering field.
Industrial engineers determine the most effective ways for an organization to use its various resources to make a product or deliver a service. At MSOE you will actively collaborate with area businesses to put your knowledge to the test solving real issues and making real improvements.
Mechanical engineering is a versatile and growing field. At MSOE, the breadth of the ME program is its strength. Students get a wide exposure to the discipline, with options to specialize in one or more area. As a result, students are able to find jobs in a wide variety of industries, including energy, manufacturing, environmental, transportation and more.
Software engineering focuses on software development and goes beyond programming to include such things as eliciting customers’ requirements, and designing and testing software. SEs assess customer needs and develop usable software that meets those needs.