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Milwaukee School of Engineering Majors

Graduation Statistics

55%

graduate within six years
  • 58% within eight years
  • 39% within four years
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Why Grad Rates Matter

The faster you graduate, the less it will cost.

The life of a college student is awesome. But it's also expensive. Every year you spend at college costs money.

If saving money is important, look for a college that fits you well and provides the support you need to finish your degree on-time.

It's okay to change majors, repeat a class to improve your grade, or take some extra classes that interest you. But it's going to cost you. Ask colleges what support they offer to help you plot a course to graduating on time.

552 Graduates
Milwaukee School of Engineering offers bachelors through masters degrees.
Bachelor's Master's

Faculty Overview

266 Faculty
Full Time
  • 135 Instructional
  • 0 Research
  • 0 Public Service
Part Time
  • 131 Instructional
  • 0 Research
  • 0 Public Service

Study Options

Study Abroad Opportunities

This college has programs to study and gain cultural experiences in countries around the world.

Weekend Programs

This college offers weekend classes.

ROTC - Army

Get leadership training and money for tuition.

ROTC - Navy

Earn NAVY ROTC scholarships that provide up to $180,000 to cover tuition, books and other expenses.

ROTC - Air Force

Develop valuable leadership skills and earn scholarships that cover tuition, books and extra expenses.

Reviews Academic Rigor
  • Jeff from Carol Stream, IL
  • 5
  • The Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) is a much smaller school than many of the other top engineering universities in the Midwest. The size of the class is a major…

  • Jul-07-2009 Read More
  • Kyle from Coon Rapids, MN
  • 5
  • MSOE is a tough school, there is no doubt there. Although the teachers are enjoyable, they are very rigorous and know their stuff. Occasionally you run into a teacher that…

  • Aug-26-2009 Read More