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Milwaukee School of Engineering

The Milwaukee School of Engineering is a private university located in downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin. As of fall 2011, the university had an enrollment of more than 2,500 undergraduate and graduate students.

Location

Address
1025 N Broadway
City
Milwaukee
State
WI

Contact Information

Stats

Total Undergrad enrollment
2459
Total Graduate enrollment
46
In State Tuition Fees
32880
Out State Tuition Fees
32880
ACT Score
28
SAT Score
1230
Grade Point Average(GPA)
3.69
Male Female Ratio
76:24
Acceptance Rate
68%
Student Faculty Ratio
14:01

Additional Information

College Type
Private
Religious Affiliation
N/A
Campus Housing
Yes
Mission Statement
MSOE provides a sustained interactive educational climate for students to become well-rounded, technologically experienced graduates and highly productive professionals and leaders.
Mascot
Roscoe Raider
Colors
White Red
Conference
Midwest Collegiate Volleyball League

College History

History

Milwaukee School of Engineering was founded in 1903 by Oscar Werwath and initially called the School of Engineering of Milwaukee. Werwath was the first person to plan an American educational institution based on an applications-oriented curriculum. MSOE's logo was designed by industrial engineer Brooks Stevens, initially for the school's 1978 Diamond Jubilee.

College Specialty

Specialty

To support the mission, principles, and goals of MSOE and to build interdepartmental cooperation, communication and collaboration. To be customer-driven, customer-responsive, and service-oriented, and to regularly evaluate who are customers are and what they need. To regularly evaluate that customers are changed as a result of contact with the library, and to regularly verify that the library provides value to MSOE. To recruit and retain a highly qualified, effective and numerically sufficient staff. To motivate library staff to high levels of achievement, encouraging continuing development and staff enhancement.

Alumni

Alumni

James I. Finley (1968, EE), Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Technology. Carl Kiekhaefer (c. 1925, no degree), former owner of Mercury Marine, NASCAR team owner. Joseph J. Rencis (1980, Architectural and Building Construction Engineering Technology (ABCET)), ASME Fellow Harout O. Sanasarian, Wisconsin State Assemblyman Larry A. Schotz (1973, EET), inventor of the car radio adapter for CD players and founder of LS Research Norman Sussman, Wisconsin State Senator

Campus

Campus

Urban 20 acres (8.1 ha)

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