PEAK Seminars

To assist Wisconsin Professional Engineers (PEs) and other engineers and technical professionals interested in sharpening their knowledge and skills, MSOE is sponsoring Professional Engineers Advancing Knowledge (PEAK) education seminars.

MSOE PEAK information sheet
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MSOE is committed to serving the needs of engineers throughout their entire career!

A PEAK seminar is a collaborative knowledge exchange facilitated by MSOE with the goal of providing a cost-effective way for PEs to earn the professional development hours (PDHs) now required for maintaining professional engineer (PE) licensure in Wisconsin. There are two ways to earn PDHs through PEAK seminars:

  1. Be a PEAK Presenter
    PEs who develop and present a topic at a PEAK seminar will earn two PDHs for each one hour of topic presentation time, the first time the topic is presented. If you are interested in submitting a topic for review to present at a PEAK seminar, please view the presentation requirementsPlease complete this brief form after you have viewed the presentation requirements and are prepared to submit your topic. MSOE will contact you for additional information, and if selected, to schedule your presentation.
  2. Attend a PEAK Seminar
    PEs who register for and attend a PEAK seminar will earn PDHs for the sessions attended. One PDH is awarded for each one hour of session completion. If you are interested in attending an event, please sign up on our email list so we can inform you of upcoming events.

Certificates of completion as documentation will be given to each attendee following the completion of the session. PEAK seminars are scheduled four times per year, giving PEs and technical professionals the opportunity to earn more than 30 PDHs through the program. Events will be held on Saturdays, from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. on the MSOE downtown campus.

The next PEAK seminar is scheduled for:

  • Sept. 16, 2017

If you have any questions about our PEAK seminars, please contact Andreana Moody via email or call (414) 277-2334.

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