Undergraduate students spend an average of 600 hours in industry-standard laboratories learning how to apply theory to real world situations.
MSOE offers many research opportunities for undergraduate students. Students work side by side with faculty and staff members in the various areas of the Applied Technology Center™ and on research projects within their academic program.
The world-renowned Applied Technology Center™ uses MSOE staff, faculty and student expertise to solve technological problems confronting business and industry. It’s known for transferring technology to the marketplace.
The Fluid Power Institute™ (FPI) is one of the leading academic fluid power research laboratories in the nation. Established in 1962, it is a leader in motion control and fluid power education, research and evaluation.
The Rapid Prototyping Center (RPC) at MSOE helps businesses create prototypes more quickly—often in days what would have taken a month—and get products to market faster.
The Center for BioMolecular Modeling creates unique physical models of molecular structures using rapid prototyping technologies. It is unique in the world, bringing together engineering, structural biology and computer visualization.