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Milwaukee School of Engineering

At Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE), you’ll find dreamers, thinkers, makers, and doers. It is the university of choice for those seeking an inclusive community of experiential learners driven to solve the complex challenges of today and tomorrow.

Our method of learning by doing is our distinction. It is how we teach, how we learn, and how we serve. MSOE faculty are student-focused experts who bring real-world experience into the classroom. This approach to learning makes our students ready now as well as prepared for the future. Partnerships with business and industry leaders enable students to learn alongside professional mentors. We challenge our students to go beyond what’s possible.

MSOE has longstanding partnerships with business and industry leaders and a graduate outcome rate of 96 percent. With a national academic reputation and industry-standard laboratories, students are prepared to lead successful careers. MSOE’s location in a vibrant downtown Milwaukee neighborhood offers students an engaging learning and living environment.

Quick Facts
2,834 students
(2,653 undergraduate, 181 graduate)
Tuition & fees
Food & housing
Average cost after aid
$22,295 (2021-22 average)
Student/faculty ratio

Did You Know?

MSOE graduates go on to make an average starting salary of over $65k annually.

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Admission requirements

  • High school level studies:
    • Math: 4 years
    • Science: 4 years (Including chemistry and physics)
    • English: 4 years
  • MSOE requires a cumulative 3.0 minimum GPA.
  • Pre-calculus REQUIRED for all majors except nursing

How AP/IB credits are handled

Students must score 4 or 5 (unless stated otherwise) to receive advanced standing at MSOE. Click here to learn more.

Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Business Administration, Master of Business Administration, Master of Science

Percentage of first-year students receiving financial aid: 100%

Rate of all full-time undergraduates receiving financial aid: 94%

For institution-specific scholarships, contact: Financial Aid Office at 800.778.7223 or sends e-mail)

FAFSA required. Code: 003868

Conference/division affiliation: NCAA Division III

Men’s athletics

Baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, ice hockey, lacrosse, rowing, soccer, tennis, track & field, volleyball, wrestling

Women’s athletics

Basketball, cross country, rowing, soccer, softball, tennis, track & field, triathlon, volleyball

Intramurals offered