MSOE is such a great school. The work here is very challenging, and highly competitive. You'll learn a lot in Engineering, from really professional "top-notch" professors in their respected fields. I graduated last year with a BS in Electrical Engineering. I can tell you, more than 90% of professors teaching EE are registered Professional Engineers (PE), have excellent record of professional experience in companies such as, Bell Labs, and/or have patents and research awards. Furthermore, trust me, what ever you learn in theory, you're sure going to apply it in lab, one way or another. After you complete you degree (which is the only moment you can sit back and reflect on what've accomplished in this school "MSOE") you'll find a portfolio full of great and cool designs and projects that've done, that you can apply once you get a job.|
Nevertheless, I agree with other reviews that male/female ratio is exceptionally high, but the school is working on this matter. Another thing about MSOE that I dislike, is its image. It doesn't spend much on "Marketing" itself, nor does it spend on improving its outside image, in terms of facilities and buildings. This has a great effect on hurting its reputation. In addition, the small student body that MSOE has, makes it hard to stand up among the crowd.
Overall, as an educational institution to learn from, MSOE is great. If you're looking for a social life, frankly speaking, look elsewhere..!
| May 02 2004 || Business - Management and Administration |