MSOE’s bachelor’s degree in engineering allows you to complete your degree on a convenient, part-time basis, so you can advance your career without having to put your life on hold.
Take the next step up your career ladder by earning your bachelor’s degree in engineering, even if the undergraduate work you’ve done so far isn’t in engineering. MSOE’s B.S. in engineering degree is designed for working adults who want to enhance their knowledge and professional credentials with an engineering degree. This is the only program of its kind you’ll find in Wisconsin.
If you need to take classes part time and in the evening, or you are a transfer student, the B.S. in engineering program is designed for you. Students from a variety of educational paths, such as non-engineering B.S. programs, two-year pre-engineering or technology programs, will find it easier to pursue an engineering degree.
You’ll get comprehensive coverage of the basic sciences, engineering sciences and design with the opportunity to tailor the program to your unique career goals through numerous electives, including electives in the areas of product design and enterprise systems.
The average starting salary for all engineering graduates at MSOE was $55,895 in 2011-12.
BSE graduates started great careers with companies including:
- Aurora Health Care
- GE Healthcare
- HUSCO International
- Johnson Controls
- Rockwell Automation
- U.S. Patent Office
Engineers use their expertise in math and science, as well as creative thinking skills, to solve technical problems and improve processes and products. You’ll get comprehensive coverage of the basic sciences, engineering sciences and design with the opportunity to tailor the program to your unique career goals through numerous electives, including electives in the areas of product design and enterprise systems.
You may want to consider BSE if you …
- Are able to do mathematics and detailed work with accuracy
- Enjoy using computers and working in a team environment
- Possess strong written and oral communication skills
The BSE is a part-time program, which means you’ll take two classes per quarter over the course of 10 years. The program offers a firm grounding in the fundamentals of engineering science and engineering design, as well as numerous elective options that offer the opportunity to customize the technical focus of the degree. The program is tailored to the adult learner, who may have previous college experience, an engineering-related career and very clear professional objectives for continued study in engineering, coupled with a desire to pursue the degree using part-time and evening hours.
Dr. Cynthia Barnicki