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About Milwaukee School of Engineering
MSOE is located in downtown Milwaukee on a beautiful, 22-acre campus.
Today, MSOE offers 17 bachelor’s degrees and 11 master’s degrees. The 2,900 students who attend MSOE come from all parts of the United States and dozens of other countries. More than 20,000 alumni live and work throughout the United States and abroad, and nearly 2,400 of them own their own businesses or are officers of companies. MSOE is a small university making an enormous impact.
Milwaukee is known for its clean and friendly community and its rich ethnic heritage. Milwaukee is located in the southeastern corner of the state of Wisconsin, and is about 90 miles north of Chicago, Ill. MSOE is in a vibrant downtown neighborhood called East Town. There are countless activities within walking distance from campus including shopping, theaters, restaurants, professional sporting venues and more. Lake Michigan is only a few blocks away. Milwaukee has four distinct seasons. Lake Michigan influences the climate considerably, cooling the city in the warm months and moderating cold temperatures in the winter.
The average high temperature in July is 81° F. January is the coldest month, with an average high temperature of 28° F. We average about 37 inches of snow throughout the winter months, and plenty of sunshine and warmth during the summer.
We want you to feel at home in the MSOE residence halls. Nearly all freshmen and sophomores live on campus. Whether you live in Margaret Loock, Roy W. Johnson or Regents Hall, you will have access to amenities such as TV lounges, laundry facilities, game rooms and study floors. In addition, you will have basic cable television service and free Internet access.
MSOE has three co-ed residence halls: Loock Hall, Johnson Hall, and Regents Hall. Each hall has both single and double rooms on each floor, and residents may choose the floor style they prefer. However, Regents Hall and single rooms are typically available only for upperclassmen.
Courses available 10Applied, Pure Sciences 1 Architecture, Building 2 Business, Management 3 Computer Science, IT 1 Engineering 5 Health and Medicine 1 MBA 1
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