- 4 Year
- MILWAUKEE, WI
- Academicsgrade A minus
- Valuegrade A+
- Diversitygrade B+
- Campusgrade C
- Athleticsgrade B minus
- Party Scenegrade B+
- Professorsgrade B+
- Locationgrade A+
- Dormsgrade C minus
- Campus Foodgrade C
- Student Lifegrade B
- Safetygrade B+
Since 1903, we’ve been an academic institution intrinsically tied to the real world—a confluence of business knowledge, work ethic, and an enduring desire to know more. A small university dedicated to achieving big things. We are a tight-knit group of like-minded individuals—professors with years of industry experience who come to mold the eager and determined; students who pursue their passions with tenacity and resilience. Together, we unriddle the impossible and reinvent the way things are done.
MSOE students are bright, creative, hard-working and fun to be around. Ours is a close-knit community of about 3,000 students, faculty and staff—large enough for big opportunities and small enough for personal attention.
Our faculty are passionate about teaching. MSOE does not use teaching assistants, and our professors have an average of seven years industry experience each. This allows them to bring their practical knowledge to the classroom.
Milwaukee School of Engineering Rankings
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Most Popular Majors
- Mechanical Engineering127 Graduates
- Electrical Engineering90 Graduates
- Nursing68 Graduates
- Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering47 Graduates
- Computer Software Engineering42 Graduates
- Computer Hardware Engineering40 Graduates
- Business35 Graduates
- Civil Engineering30 Graduates
- Chemical Engineering28 Graduates
- Industrial Engineering26 Graduates
- Mix of Online and on Campus8%
- On Campus92%
- Nerd academy33%
- Nerd Center14%
- Home away from home5%
Milwaukee School of Engineering Reviews
The dorms need some major renovations. For how much individuals have to pay for, the living areas shouldn’t be so awful.
Also, there should be more variety in the class choices for nurses. Maybe some art or more music courses.
In general the classroom experience is should be review on a course/instructor basis. Classes that didn't have a lab section associated with it seemed easier for professors to adapt to and the transition was smoother. Classes that initially had an in-person lab were a bit harder to work around. Some professors were able to make suitable changes to make sure students understood the importance of the lab experiments, but since in most cases, students weren't able to gain hands-on experience with the equipment needed to perform the experiment, skill development and confidence suffered.