Milwaukee School of Engineering is a private institution and was established in 1903. Currently MSOE sits on a tight-knit urban campus of 22-acres in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
MSOE offers under graduate and graduate programs in engineering, business, nursing and health. It is comprises of 8 academic departments: Civil and Architectural Engineering and Construction Management Department; Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department; General Studies Department; Mathematics Department; Mechanical Engineering Department; Physics and Chemistry Department; Rader School of Business and School of Nursing. The most popular majors at Milwaukee School of Engineering include: Engineering, Business, Management, Health Professions & Related Programs and Engineering Technologies & Engineering-Related Fields. It follows a quarter-based academic calendar.
The total student population is more than 2,900 of which over 2,670 are enrolled at the under graduate level. The student to faculty ratio at MSOE is16:1 and has an acceptance rate of 65%.
The 2016 U.S. News & World Report ranked MSOE 11th among regional universities in the Midwest and 10th among undergraduate engineering programs.In 2016 MSOE was listed among Princeton Review's 159 best Midwestern colleges. In 2016, Forbes ranked MSOE 481 on its list of America's top colleges.
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