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Marian University –
West Allis Center
1227 S. 116th St., West Allis; Enrollment: 175;
Curriculum: adult undergraduate programs in
criminal justice, general management, homeland
security, human resource management,
interdisciplinary studies, marketing, nursing,
operations and supply chain management,
organizational communication and radiologic
technology completion program; graduate
programs in criminal justice, education, nursing,
thanatology and organizational leadership;
doctorate programs in curriculum and instruction,
educational administration and leadership
studies. Telephone: (414) 258-6757.
marianuniversity.edu
Marquette University
1250 W. Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee; Enrollment:
11,800; Curriculum (colleges/schools): arts and
sciences, business administration,
communication, dentistry, education,
engineering, health sciences, law, nursing, and
professional studies. Telephone: (414) 288-7250.
marquette.edu
Medical College of Wisconsin
8701 W. Watertown Plank Rd., Milwaukee;
Enrollment: 1,245 (845 medical students and 400
graduate students), 860 graduate physicians in
residency and fellowship training; Curriculum:
medical, biomedical science, public health.
Telephone: (414) 955-8296.
mcw.edu
Milwaukee Area
Technical College
700 W. State St., Milwaukee; Enrollment: 50,000;
Curriculum: business, health sciences, liberal arts
and sciences, media and creative arts, technology
and applied sciences, and pre-college education.
Telephone: (414) 297-MATC.
matc.edu
Milwaukee Institute
of Art & Design
273 E. Erie St., Milwaukee; Enrollment: 625;
Curriculum: bachelor of fine arts degree in
communication design, illustration, industrial
design, interior architecture and design, and fine
arts. Telephone: (414) 847-3200.
miad.edu
Milwaukee School of
Engineering
1025 N. Broadway, Milwaukee; Enrollment:
2,712 (undergraduate), 227 (graduate);
Curriculum: engineering – architectural,
biomedical, biomolecular, civil, computer,
electrical, industrial, mechanical, software;
business – business administration; other –
nursing, construction management, actuarial
science, user experience and communication
design; graduate programs – business
administration, civil engineering, engineering,
engineering management, architectural
engineering, nursing - health care systems
management, perfusion, new product
management and marketing, and export
management. Telephone: (414) 277-6763 or
(800) 332-6763.
msoe.edu
Moraine Park Technical College
2151 N. Main St., West Bend; Enrollment: 4,300;
Curriculum: more than 60 career areas.
Telephone: (262) 334-3413.
morainepark.edu
Mount Mary University
2900 N. Menomonee River Pkwy., Milwaukee;
Enrollment: nearly 1,475; Curriculum: liberal arts
with more than 30 undergraduate majors for
women and nine graduate programs for women
and men. Majors include art and design, art
therapy, business, counseling, dietetics,
education, English, fashion, health sciences,
interior design, justice, occupational therapy and
social work, among others. Telephone: (414) 258-
4810.
mtmary.edu
Ottawa University
245 S. Executive Dr., Suite 110, Brookfield;
Enrollment: 350; Curriculum: bachelor’s degrees
in 19 majors including accounting, business
administration and health care management;
master’s degrees in business administration and
human resources; courses can be completed in
the classroom, online or both. Telephone: (262)
879-0200 or (866) 228-4262.
ottawa.edu
University of Phoenix –
Milwaukee
Three locations in the Greater Milwaukee area.
Main Campus: 10850 W. Park Pl., Suite 150,
Milwaukee; Enrollment: 4,600; Curriculum:
bachelor of science degrees in business with
concentrations of study in business management,
management, business administration and
information systems; master’s degree in business
administration (MBA). Telephone: (262) 785-
0608.
phoenix.edu/milwaukee
University of Wisconsin –
Milwaukee
2310 E. Hartford Ave., Milwaukee; Enrollment:
22,321 (undergraduate), 4,835 (graduate);
Curriculum (colleges/schools): letters and
sciences, engineering and applied science,
architecture and urban planning, education,
nursing, business, information studies, continuing
education, graduate school, health sciences,
social welfare, arts, public health, and freshwater
sciences study. Telephone: (414) 229-1122.
uwm.edu
University of Wisconsin –
Washington County
400 University Dr., West Bend; Curriculum:
freshman/sophomore courses offered in more
than 200 majors, plus UW bachelor degree
programs. Telephone: (262) 335-5201.
washington.uwc.edu
University of Wisconsin –
Waukesha County
1500 N. University Dr., Waukesha; Enrollment:
2,200; Curriculum: two-year, freshman and
sophomore liberal arts transfer institution.
Telephone: (262) 521-5040.
waukesha.uwc.edu
Upper Iowa University
620 S. 76th St., Suite 100, Milwaukee;
Enrollment: 2,450; Curriculum: accelerated adult
evening bachelor of science programs in business
administration, accounting, human resources
management, management, health services
Students at Concordia University, which is located on the lakefront in suburban Mequon.
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