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administration, marketing, management
information systems, financial management,
psychology, human services, public
administration and criminal justice. Telephone:
(414) 475-4848.
uiu.edu
Waukesha County Technical
College
800 Main St., Pewaukee; Enrollment: 27,900 (full
and part-time); Curriculum: more than 150
associate of applied science degrees, technical
diplomas, apprenticeships and certificates; four
schools: school of health, school of applied
technologies, school of business and school of
protective & human services. Telephone: (262)
691-5566.
wctc.edu
Wisconsin Lutheran College
8800 W. Bluemound Rd., Milwaukee; Enrollment:
1,188; Curriculum: liberal arts, business, teacher
education, and nursing; 38 majors, five pre-
professional programs, adult accelerated degree
completion program and graduate programs.
Telephone: (414) 443-8800.
wlc.edu
University of
Wisconsin -
Milwaukee
Marquette
University
The University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee (UWM) is the
second-largest campus in the University of Wisconsin
System, with more than 26,000 undergraduate and
graduate students representing all 50 states and nearly 90
countries. UWM’s 14 schools and colleges offer more than
190 degree programs, including 64 master’s degree and 33
doctoral degree programs. It is known for its School of
Architecture & Urban Planning, School of Freshwater
Sciences, business school, engineering programs and
health sciences.
In 2011, it was included in the Shanghai Academic Ranking
of World Universities, signifying it is one of the world’s
best international research universities and, in 2016, it was
designated a top-tier doctoral research university, joining
Yale, Duke and Johns Hopkins universities.
Princeton Review
recently named UWM a “2017 Best
Midwestern University” as well. Located a few minutes
north of downtown Milwaukee, UWM is a NCAA Division
I school, with 15 athletic teams.
uwm.edu
Marquette University is the largest private school in the
region. A Jesuit Catholic university, Marquette serves
11,300 students from 72 countries. Its 11 colleges and
schools deliver nationally recognized programs for
undergraduate, graduate and professional students, as well
as working professionals.
For undergraduate students, Marquette offers 80 majors,
78 minors, and pre-professional programs in dentistry, law
and medicine. For postgraduate students, Marquette offers
66 doctoral and master's degree programs, 18 graduate
certificate programs, a School of Dentistry and a Law
School.
Marquette ranks within the top 100 schools in the 2017
Edition of America’s Best Colleges, which is published by
U.S. News & World Report. It is also ranked 50th in Best
Value Schools and is recognized as a “Changemaker
Campus.”
Founded in 1881, Marquette University is located just west
of downtown Milwaukee.
marquette.edu
EDUCATION
Leaders in
Education
Of the more than two dozen four-year schools serving the Milwaukee area, two
schools – University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee and Marquette University –
account for half of the college students enrolled in the five-county area.
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