The state's only evening undergraduate engineering degree program
Take the next step in your career by earning your bachelor's degree in engineering, even if the undergraduate work you've done so far isn't in engineering. MSOE's new BSE degree is designed for working adults who want to enhance their knowledge and professional credentials with an engineering degree.
If you need to take classes part time and in the evening, or you are a transfer student, the BSE program is designed for you. Students from a variety of educational paths, such as non-engineering bachelor degree 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 BSE degree is designed to provide:
- A program tailored to the working professional, who may already have previous college experience, an engineering-related career, and/or very clear professional objectives for continued study of engineering
- Both a firm grounding in the fundamentals of engineering science and engineering design
elective options to allow for flexibility and customization of the technical
focus of the degree. Suggested elective tracks include:
- Product design - mechanical design, CAD, materials, design for quality
- Enterprise systems - manufacturing systems, facilities, lean manufacturing, quality assurance
- Other interdisciplinary specialties
The MSOE Advantage
MSOE's solid reputation makes your degree more competitive than those from many other colleges or universities. And the foundation in science, math and engineering will give you the skills to move ahead in your career.
Your classes will be taught by professors, not teaching assistants. Classes sizes will be small so that you are assured of personalized attention from the professor. This also encourages student interaction and networking.
Do you have questions about this program or the application process? Contact our Professional Development Advisors for assistance.