At Milwaukee School of Engineering, you can major in everything from Architectural Engineering to User Experience and Communication Design, from Actuarial Science to Nursing, and from BioMolecular Engineering to Software Engineering.
MSOE's architectural engineering degree provide you the know-how to build efficient, sustainable structures safely, quickly and within budget through classroom theory and real-world practice in state-of-the-art labs.
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 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.
Contrary to popular belief, the field of electrical engineering is about much more than simply sitting in front of a circuit board. Through their work, electrical engineers make a difference in the world and improve people’s everyday lives.
The AAS-EET to BSEE Transfer Plan at MSOE is designed to allow AAS graduates of electrical engineering technology programs, from colleges with which MSOE holds transfer agreements, to transfer efficiently into the electrical engineering program. This program may also be appropriate for transfer students from other colleges – consult with an academic advisor.
Often described as the “people-oriented” engineering profession, industrial engineering combines your abilities in math, logic and organization with a core understanding of business objectives to streamline operations and conserve resources.
Essential to industrial enterprise, mechanical engineering is versatile and continuously evolving. Mechanical engineers use their knowledge of design, energy and materials to ensure that objects function more efficiently to conserve resources.