Engineers are forward-thinking problem-solvers who shape the world we live in. From adaptive medical devices to innovative computer and electrical technology, engineers not only create the basic infrastructure needed to support civilization today -- they develop the solutions to make an even better world tomorrow. 

MSOE offers 12 engineering disciplines across four departments

  • Civil and Architectural Engineering and Construction Management 
  • Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
  • Mechanical
  • Physics and Chemistry

MSOE's undergraduate engineering program is consistently ranked among the top in the nation. Graduates from our programs are leaders in their fields, going on to work in the pubic and private sectors, securing jobs at businesses like Tesla Inc., NVIDIA, Harley-Davidson, and Mortenson Construction - to name a few.  The key to success for MSOE graduates is our focus on experiential learning, which combines theory and practical application. Delve a little deeper and see which of our engineering disciplines sounds like the best fit for you.

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Architectural 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.

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Biomedical Engineering

Biomedical engineers use engineering principles and methods to create products and services to improve peoples’ lives, such as cardiac pacemakers, CT scanners and artificial hips.

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BioMolecular Engineering

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.

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Civil Engineering

Graduates of Civil Engineering learn mathematics, natural science and engineering principles but are also proficient in business, public policy, leadership and team work.

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Computer Engineering

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.

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Computer Science

Graduates of MSOE’s computer science program will be prepared to write cutting-edge software to solve tomorrow’s problems with a special emphasis on machine learning and artificial intelligence.

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Construction Management

Construction managers are the people who get things done. They make sure that projects—from skyscrapers to stadiums to subdivisions—are built well, on time and on budget.

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Electrical Engineering

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.

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Electrical Engineering AAS-EET to BSEE Transfer Plan

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.

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B.S. in Engineering

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.

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Industrial Engineering

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.

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Mechanical Engineering

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.

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Software Engineering

Learn how to apply engineering concepts, techniques and methods to develop software systems in one of the first four ABET-accredited software engineering programs in the country.