More than 180 programs offer undergraduate, graduate, doctoral students the opportunity to specialize and refine, practice and perfect their research and practical skills.
- By the numbers
- 180 academic degrees and programs
- 1,600 faculty and instructors
- 5,000+ degrees awarded yearly
- 90% satisfaction rate among recent grads
- Majors & Degree Programs
- Nearly 200 programs emphasize research, career preparedness and innovation for students of varied backgrounds.
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- Graduate School
- 75+ masters and Ph.D. programs attract students and faculty worldwide. More at
- Continuing Education
- The largest provider of noncredit continuing education in Southeastern Wisconsin. More at
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Schools and colleges
At UWM, we're empowering today's best minds to meet the challenges of tomorrow.
Architecture & Urban Planning
The only accredited architecture school in the state of Wisconsin, our School of Architecture and Urban Planning is internationally recognized.
The Peck School of the Arts offers rich, robust arts curricula, in addition to hosting 350 events yearly.
Delivering management education that gives students a competitive edge in their professional careers.
Classrooms to boardrooms, education majors access support and opportunity in an urban, metropolitan environment.
Engineering & Applied Science
Internationally acclaimed faculty, partnerships with corporations worldwide and a strong research operation distinguish this accredited college.
The only U.S. university dedicated to the study of freshwater sustainability is located on Lake Michigan – the world’s fifth-largest lake.
The college has a broad range of top-ranked programs. Students have access to clinics, labs and a 90-percent employment rate.
From libraries to archives to governments, the school examines how information is created, displayed and managed.
Letters & Science
66 programs, 22 departments and 20 languages plus research and academic partners worldwide. Letters & Science offers an international education.
Competitive academics and plentiful research and clinical experience make this an elite nursing program in the U.S.
Located near its public, partner organizations and community advocates, the Joseph J. Zilber School of Public Health conducts rigorous research and training.