American Institute of Steel Construction

The MSOE chapter of AISC, is a delegation of students who display a strong interest in Steel, Construction, and Engineering. AISC is a continued education club where students can fine tune their technical knowledge through things such as field visits, steel competitions (such as Steel Bridge), and free-flowing discussions. AISC continues to expand its campus outreach with its development of “The AISC Steel Sculpture”, in which students of all levels have the opportunity to provide a personal touch to a publicly displayed sculpture.

American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)

American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) at MSOE aids students who are interested in the design and construction aspects of the built environment. Within the student chapter, members are exposed to technical presentations related to civil engineering from companies, alumni, and fellow students. This organization provides opportunities for service and networking for students such as Youth Membership Group or golf outings. ASCE at MSOE also provides the opportunity for students to compete in events such as Concrete Canoe and Steel Bridge which involves rigorous planning and design for competition in April.

American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)

ASME is a professional organization offered to all students at MSOE. This organization focuses on building mechanical engineering students who have been exposed to industry speakers, have had teamwork opportunities, and have been directed towards excellence in their field.

Architectural Engineering Institute

MSOE’s student chapter of the Architectural Engineering Institute seeks to provide its members with the latest technical information, professional development, continued education, and opportunities to excel in their careers. They aim specifically to connect AE students with other AE’s at MSOE and throughout the country. In doing so, they provide many opportunities for students throughout the CAECM department to grow and learn about the intricacies of the industry beyond the classroom. Some of the specific ways they accomplish this goal are via networking events, company presentations, jobsite tours, career fair prep sessions, and study sessions. They also host some of CAECM’s largest annual traditions including Masonry Day and Wheelchair Days, as well as maintaining the pirate ship for the Milwaukee Admirals hockey team.

Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES)

BMES serves as a student chapter for a society of professionals devoted to developing and using engineering and technology to advance human health and well-being and to build and support the biomedical engineering community, locally, and nationally, with activities that promote education and innovative growth. Members meet monthly to promote biomedical engineering and to provide a social environment for biomedical engineering students at MSOE.

Business Professionals of America (BPA)

The Business Professionals of America is a competition-based club focusing on the tech side of business aspects. We hold events on coding competitions, business administration, financial analysis, media production, graphic design, promotion, and medical diagnostic coding to further develop our professional development. Success in individual or team events can earn members a spot at the National Leadership Conference each spring.

Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA)

The purpose of this organization is to connect students with aspirations of going into the medical field and give students a chance to broaden their experience within different aspects of related professions.

Illuminating Engineering Society / National Electrical Contractors Association (IES/NECA)

IES-NECA is an architectural, electrical, and construction management organization that furthers students education by providing competitions, industry tours, and GE hours. They work on gaining knowledge of the industry and becoming better engineers.

Institute of Industrial & Systems Engineers

The Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers (IISE) is a professional society dedicated solely to the support of the industrial and systems engineering professions and individuals involved with improving quality and productivity. MSOE student chapter focuses on exposing industrial engineering students to professional and social opportunities within the industrial engineering community. IISE further provides networking opportunities for industrial engineering students to connect with faculty and alumni.

Institute of Transportation Engineers

ITE strives to inform students about information regarding transportation infrastructure as well as aid students in gaining internships or full time jobs. ITE organizes presentations from companies or officers, tours of factories or offices, or networking with transportation experts.

Math and Actuarial Science Club

MASC is a social, professional, and academic organization open to all MSOE students with a focus on helping students through the Actuarial Science field.

Mechanical Contractors Association of America (MCAA)

Mechanical Contractors Association of America focuses on a main project developed for competition. Students will gain valuable experience in working with a team of peers against a schedule and preparing a written proposal and if placed high enough, travel to the annual MCAA national convention to present the proposal. The project is based on an actual project that has already taken place and MCAA adapts the original plans for the student competition.The connections through the organization help students find internships and jobs with some of the industry’s most innovative mechanical contractors, manufacturers, and suppliers.

MSOE Chapter of The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)

MSOE's Student Chapter of IEEE is focused on improving the technical and professional skills of any MSOE student who wishes to make the world a better place through the use of technology. With connection to the national organization, they're able to bring in corporate speakers, and host workshops that help students progress faster in their careers and their coursework.

National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)

The mission of NSBE is to increase the number of culturally responsible Black Engineers and foster a community here at MSOE.

Professional Construction Society

Professional Construction Society provides MSOE students, especially those pursuing degrees within the CAECM Department, with professional growth opportunities including but not limited to; Networking Events, Company Presentations, Industry Specific Presentations, Jobsite Tour visits, etc..

Project Management Club (PMP)

Project Management Club is an organization that provides all students, regardless of major, with opportunities to learn more about project management. The PMP club offers students chances to interact with others in the field, as well as gain and refine project management skills.

Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)

SAE is a global association of more than 128,000 engineers and related technical experts in the aerospace, automotive and commercial vehicle industries. Their core competencies are life-long learning and voluntary consensus standards development. At their core, they champion diverse collaboration across companies and borders that embodies our dedication to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI).

Society for Biological Engineering

Through its collaborations, conferences, and other activities, the Society for Biological Engineering has established an influential legacy of leadership that has advanced the field and raised the visibility of bioengineers within and beyond chemical engineering SBE maintains student chapters to serve the intellectual and professional interests of students in the biological engineering.

Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)

MSOE-SHPE strives to empower the Hispanic student body at the Milwaukee School of Engineering to realize their potential by providing resources, awareness, support, and development. As a chapter of the largest Hispanic professional society in STEM, we have a unique opportunity to boost Hispanic voices in the industry and enable growth through training, mentorship, and programming for all members. We continue to work toward higher retention and recruitment of Hispanic students at MSOE and the STEM field as a whole, as well as foster and maintain strong relationships with industry partners such as Direct Supply, Milwaukee Tool, and Eaton in order to cultivate a foundation of professionalism and expertise for MSOE's Hispanic student body. They continue to provide unity to the Hispanic population at MSOE.

Society of Software Engineers

The Society of Software Engineers is a club for anyone majoring in, interested in, or just curious about software engineering. They hold a variety of both social and professional events all year long to enhance their professional skills and network with local companies. For those interested in programming, students can join together and build their own games, practice answering logic puzzles and programming-related questions, and contribute to building websites. Whether you’re looking to find new friends in your major, do some networking with local companies, or develop your skills, SSE has something for you.

Society of Women Engineers (SWE)

The Society of Women Engineers is a non-profit, professional, educational, service organization dedicated to making known the need for women engineers and encouraging young women to consider an engineering education. It is open to students of all genders, races, religion, sexuality, and majors.

Student Nurses Association (SNA)

Student Nurses Association is a professional nursing organization dedicated to the professional, educational, and personal growth of its members by providing a network of opportunities for health promotion and involvement in the Milwaukee School of Engineering community and the greater Milwaukee community. Members participate in activities related to the pillars of the organization: community building, professional growth, philanthropy, and wellness. Activities include community gatherings, volunteering, and hosting teaching sessions. This organization is also associated with both the Wisconsin Nurses Association and National Student Nurses Association.