Milwaukee School of Engineering

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Milwaukee, WI 53202

MSOE provides a climate for students to become well-rounded, technologically experienced graduates, and highly productive professionals and leaders. The university has a 108-year reputation of partnering with business and industry. Students bring theory to life through an average of 600 laboratory hours, professional internships and international study. All students participate in a laptop computer program. MSOE has more labs than classrooms. Students enjoy a low 14-to-1 student-faculty ratio providing individual attention and mentoring relationships with faculty. Faculty with outstanding professional experience lead all classes and labs. MSOE has no teaching assistants. MSOE guarantees students all the classes they need for graduation within four years if they stay on track with their degree program. Additionally, MSOE graduates may refresh their knowledge by repeating any undergraduate course they took at MSOE, within three years of graduation, at no cost. MSOE graduates have enjoyed an average five-year placement of 94 percent, are exceptionally well-prepared for their careers, and are well compensated. The 15-acre campus is located in a historic district of downtown Milwaukee, just blocks from beautiful Lake Michigan. Here students have it all; the excitement and opportunity at the heart of Milwaukee, with close access to professional sports, the theatre district, museums, shopping and music venues, with the close community feel of a 2,600-student campus. Specialty centers or institutes, most of which utilize staff, faculty, and student talent to solve technological problems confronting business and industry include: Applied Technology Center, Fluid Power Institute, Rapid Prototyping Center, Center for BioMolecular Modeling, Center for Sustainability, Construction Science and Engineering Center, Photonics and Applied Optics Center, Nano Engineering Center, Servant-Leadership, The Center for Entrepreneurship in the Rader School of Business, Business Excellence Consortium, Goethe House, and U.S. Export Assistance Center. The Kern Center, a stunning 210,000-square-foot recreation, athletic, health, wellness, and fitness center was dedicated in Fall 2004. It is the first such facility for MSOE which competes in NCAA Division III athletics. The center exemplifies MSOE’s philosophy of a well-rounded university experience and is an important asset in attracting prospective students and providing current students with ample access to fitness, whether they are participating in NCAA athletics, intramural sports, or individual fitness programs. Fall 2007 marked the dedication of the university’s first museum building. The Grohmann Museum is home to the Man at Work Art Collection. With more than 800 European and American paintings and sculptures that depict various forms of work, Man at Work: The Eckhart G. Grohmann Collection at Milwaukee School of Engineering is the world’s most comprehensive collection of its kind. The artworks span over 400 years of history (17-20th centuries) and comprise a variety of styles and subjects that document the evolution of organized work, from manpower and horsepower, to water, steam, and electrical power. The works were gifted to MSOE in 2001 from the collection of Milwaukee businessman and collector Dr. Eckhart Grohmann.

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