Milwaukee School of Engineering Online MBA
MSOE’s Master of Business Administration is the perfect fit for current and future leaders who want to solve business problems in a technical world. The online MBA is an integrative program focused on strategic business functions, organizational leadership and the effective application of business knowledge by organizational and business leaders. This program features a strategic curriculum, analysis of leading-edge business cases and real-world, current opportunities and challenges from the workplace as a basis for study. Built upon more than 60 years of tradition preparing engineers and technical professionals for management careers, the MSOE online MBA serves students from a variety of industry backgrounds.
The online MBA program positions you to stay ahead of emerging trends with solutions-oriented leadership that you can immediately apply within your current company. Choose from the general MBA track or one of our three optional specializations—MBA in Advanced Business Strategy Using AI and Analytics, MBA in New Product Management or MBA in Education Leadership—to maximize the impact of your education.
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MSOE Online MBA Pathways
General MBA Track
MBA in Advanced Business Strategy Using AI and Analytics
MBA in New Product Management
MBA in Education Leadership
MSOE MBA Program Outcomes
Employers Know and Trust MSOE
Learn Directly From Industry-connected Faculty
Explore a Comprehensive Curriculum
“The program has helped to provide me with perspective. And I am able to utilize the tools and resources that I have learned in the course work to carry out both my day-to-day work and to help inform the superintendent of the strategic vision.”
Peter R., MBA in Education Leadership, ’17
Chief Operations Officer, Racine Unified School District
Why Earn an MBA?
There are a multitude of reasons to pursue an MBA, including mastering business fundamentals, building your soft skills, firing up your passion for your career or building your confidence as a professional. Your reasons for pursuing an MBA from MSOE and for choosing one of our three specializations will depend on your specific career goals. Specificity aside, below you will find three of the top general reasons to earn your MBA.
Improving Your Career Opportunities and Earning Potential
The outlook for MBA degree holders is bright. In a recent survey, 92% of corporate recruiters and 95% of staffing firms said they plan to hire recent MBA graduates in the coming years.2 In addition to expanded opportunity, an MBA opens doors to earning significantly more than those who hold bachelor’s degrees alone. The average total compensation increase for MBA graduates may be as high as $20,000 per year.3 Check out our MBA careers page to see more.
Expanding Your Professional Network
The opportunity to meet driven professionals from diverse backgrounds is an enduring appeal of MBA programs. You will connect with your fellow students, your professors and with your alumni network. All of these people can play a crucial role in growing your career. And rest assured—earning your MBA online will not hinder you in building strong connections, as you will still connect over an interactive learning management system.
Preparing to Move Into Leadership Positions
Holding a master’s degree, particularly an MBA, is a preferred qualification for many management and leadership positions. You will undoubtedly learn a lot about leadership and management while on the job, but your MBA course work will ideally include classes in leadership and management. Our required MBA courses in this area include Organizational Behavior and Ethics in Leadership. Check out our curriculum page to learn more.
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- Based on a limited sample of self-reported data from alumni of MSOE’s on-campus and online MBA alumni, reported in January 2023.
- Retrieved January 3, 2023, from gmac.com/-/media/files/gmac/research/employment-outlook/2022_gmac_corporate_recruiters_survey_summary_report_final.pdf
- Retrieved January 3, 2023, from businessbecause.com/news/mba-jobs/6951/average-mba-salary