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Alverno College
3400 S. 43rd St., Milwaukee; Enrollment: 2,500;
Curriculum: more than 60 majors and minors with
weekday and evening/online undergraduate class
options for women; co-ed master’s programs in
business, education, nursing and community
psychology. Telephone: (414) 382-6100 or (800)
Art Institute of Wisconsin
320 E. Buffalo St., Milwaukee; Curriculum:
branch of The Art Institute of Phoenix; prepares
students for careers in the visual and practical
arts; offers bachelor’s degrees in advertising,
graphic design, interior design, fashion marketing,
digital film making and production, media arts
and animation, web design and interactive media.
Telephone: (414) 978-5000.
Bryant and Stratton College
310 W. Wisconsin Ave., Suite 500E, Milwaukee;
10950 W. Potter Rd., Wauwatosa; and Bayshore
Town Center, Glendale; Enrollment: 1,800;
Curriculum: diplomas in criminal justice and
security services, health services, medical office
assistant; associate degrees in accounting,
business, graphic design, health services
administration, hospitality management-
restaurant and hotel services, human resources
specialist, medical reimbursement and coding,
nursing, interactive media design, criminal justice
studies, medical administrative assistant, medical
assisting, mobile applications development,
networking technology, office management,
paralegal studies, occupational therapy assistant,
security technology; bachelor’s degrees in health
services administration, general management,
office management, accounting, nursing.
Telephone: (414) 276-5200, (414) 302-7000 or
(414) 961-9600.
Cardinal Stritch University
6801 N. Yates Rd., Milwaukee; Enrollment: 4,600
(graduate and undergraduate); Curriculum: co-ed,
Catholic; more than 60 fields of study with
undergraduate degrees ranging from education
to business and the fine arts; graduate programs
in nursing, clinical psychology, religious studies,
sports management, leadership, health sciences,
education and business; day, evening, and online
classes. Telephone: (414) 410-4000.
Carroll University
100 N. East Ave., Waukesha; Enrollment: 3,021
(undergraduate), 460 (graduate); Curriculum:
liberal arts and pre-professional in 80 areas of
study. Telephone: (262) 524-7373.
Concordia University Wisconsin
12800 N. Lake Shore Dr., Mequon; Enrollment:
7,178; Curriculum: liberal arts, business, business
science, nursing, education, theology, humanities,
science, math, physical therapy and radiology
technician. Telephone: (262) 243-5700.
Gateway Technical College
3520 30th Ave., Kenosha; College serves
approximately 23,500 students annually;
campuses in Racine, Burlington, Kenosha,
Elkhorn, Pleasant Prairie and Sturtevant;
Curriculum: two-year technical college offering
associate degrees, technical diplomas, advanced
technical certificates and apprenticeship
programs. Telephone: (800) 247-7122.
Herzing University
Brookfield Campus: 555 S. Executive Dr.;
Kenosha Campus: 4006 Washington Rd.;
Curriculum: more than 50 different programs in
business, technology, healthcare, design, and
public safety; bachelor’s and associate degrees
taught in the classroom and/or online; master’s
degrees, continuing education and certification
prep courses also available. Telephone:
Brookfield Campus (262) 725-0321; Kenosha
Campus (262) 287-9562.
Kaplan University
Learning Center
201 W. Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee; Enrollment:
N/A; Curriculum: graduate and undergraduate
degrees and single course options in accounting,
business, nursing, healthcare management,
information management, environmental and
legal studies, social and behavioral sciences, and
criminal justice. Telephone: (414) 223-2105.
Lakeland University –
Milwaukee Center
9000 W. Chester St., Milwaukee; Enrollment:
600; Curriculum: evening, and online bachelor’s
programs in business administration, computer
science, accounting, marketing, psychology,
communication, early childhood education and
elementary/middle school education, criminal
justice and specialized administration; master’s
degrees in business, education and counseling.
Telephone: (414) 476-6565.
Southeastern Wisconsin is home to
more than two dozen colleges,
universities and specialty schools
that offer a full range of educational
opportunities – from classroom
settings offering low faculty-to-
student ratios, to world-class
research centers like the University
of Wisconsin – Milwaukee and
Marquette University.
Students hone their film-making skills at the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design.
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