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UWM College of Letters & Science
The largest of UWM's schools and colleges, our curriculum spans all of the areas that are traditionally included in a liberal arts education:
- Humanities – the human condition and culture as expressed through language, literature, arts and philosophy
- Natural Sciences – mathematics and the physical world
- Social Sciences – behavior, relationships and society
L&S students take courses in all three divisions as part of their general education, and every L&S student graduates prepared for work or graduate school with a well-rounded foundation and 21st century skills. Students are challenged to master practical knowledge in their chosen field(s) and lifelong skills in critical thinking, problem solving, and communication. L&S offers:
- 22 academic departments,
- 45 undergraduate majors,
- 42 graduate degree programs, and
- 35 certificate programs.
Many undergraduates enhance their education with research, service learning and community involvement, international and study abroad programs, first-year seminars, the Honors College and internships.
Chancellor's Update on UWM Budget Balances
New Food Studies Certificate is unveiled
Alum’s Clinic on ‘Wright’ Track
Few veterinarians can lay claim to their own practice within a few years of graduation. But Ramard Wright, a graduate of the UW-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine and UWM's biological sciences program, accomplished that very feat. Read more.
Want to Fight Disease? Do Your Math HomeworkAlumnus Carlos Castillo-Chavez is a member of President Obama's Committee on the National Medal of Science and a well-known mathematical biologist. He recently visited campus and sat down with WUWM for an interview.