Milwaukee School of En­gi­neer­ing Rader School of Business

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The Radar School of Business at Milwaukee School of Engineering offers a natural integration of engineering and technical expertise with foundational business principles. The degree programs develop excellent leadership, communication, analytical, and critical thinking skills in every student. For more than 60 years, Radar has educated technologically-driven business managers who have the entrepreneurial mindset to innovate, collaborate, work hard, transform, and positively impact any industry they choose to pursue.


Highly experienced professors teach from a clear understanding of what it takes to get the most out of the educational process. Undergraduate students can pursue a Bachelors in Business Administration with specializations in Finance, International Supply Chain & Logistics, Technical Sales, Information Technology Systems, and Marketing. Tuition costs can be burdensome. For assistance, business students can partake of several scholarships, including the Future Business Leaders of America Scholarship, MSOE Presidential Diversity Scholarship, and the Transfer Student Academic Scholarship.

It is imperative to MSOE for every student to get the opportunity to study abroad, whether short-term or long-term, as the business world is global, and these trips are an essential part of the preparation process. Some of the destinations for business programs include Lille Catholic University in France, Florence University of the Arts in Italy, Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand, and Czech Technical University in the Czech Republic.

Student Life

Being a college student is not all about studying coursework. A considerable part of a student’s life is spent outside the classroom engaging with other students, learning by doing, serving the community, and having fun. This can all be accomplished through participation in student organizations, volunteering, interning, and servant leadership. An array of different types of groups exist that can be beneficial to business students. Groups include Phi Beta Lambda, Investment & Entrepreneurship Club, Student Government Association, Greek Life, MSOE Student Veterans Organization, Freediving Club, Fishing Team, Colleges Against Cancer, Global Brigades, and Photography Club.

Students can volunteer in the community with events like the Stride & Glide with Independence First, a fundraiser for people with disabilities. Career Services provides networking events, career fairs, and guidance in finding the right internship opportunity for business students. There are numerous ways students can grow in servant leadership through the MLK Day of Service filling school supply backpacks for kids and organizing donations for the Rescue Mission. Students have participated in the Ronald McDonald House Meal Program, Habitat for Humanity Women’s Build Day, and the Playground Design Project.

Online Programs

The innovative graduate programs prepare students to lead and be a part of making the appropriate management decisions. Some of the degrees can be completed online or in a blended format with online and on-campus requirements. These programs include the Masters in Engineering Management, Masters in New Product Management, Masters in Business Administration with specializations in Leadership, Applied Analytics, Construction Management, and an MBA in Education Leadership.

Ready to start your journey?

Ready to start your journey?