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2200 E Kenwood Blvd
Milwaukee, WI 53201

According to the school, UW—Milwaukee is Wisconsin’s premier public urban research university. With a student body of more than 30,000, UWM is Wisconsin’s second largest university and increasingly the first choice university for individuals seeking access to success in Wisconsin. \r\n\r\nStudents, faculty and staff are attracted to distinctive academic programs such as: the states only school of the arts and school of architecture and urban planning; Wisconsin’s largest colleges of nursing and health sciences; far-ranging programs for educating the next generation of engineers, scientists and teachers; one of the nations few combination of social welfare and criminal justice tracks in a single academic school; and, a rapidly expanding school of business that operates Wisconsin’s longest-running executive MBA program. With over 150 baccalaureate, masters, and doctoral degree programs, research and hands-on learning are intertwined and many of Wisconsin’s teachers, nurses, health care professionals, architects, engineers, artists, social workers, business professionals and more are UWM alumni. \r\n\r\nFurther, UW—Milwaukee provides enhanced educational opportunities to over 7000 area residents through its School of Continuing Education. By focusing on the two primary strategic goals of increasing student access, diversity and success and research excellence, UWM is focused on refining quality and increasing the capacity of its programs, all with an eye towards the subsequent economic impact for the State of Wisconsin. \r\n\r\nPrograms are offered through the Colleges of Engineering and Applied Science and Letters and Science; the Schools of Allied Health Professions, Architecture and Urban Planning, Business Administration, Education, Fine Arts, Library and Information Science, Nursing, and Social Welfare. \r\nStudents applying with fewer than 12 transferable semester hours must also satisfy freshman criteria for admission. The School of Architecture & Urban Planning, the College of Nursing, and the College of Engineering & Applied Science use selective admission criteria for transfer applicants. Other programs with capacity limitations may also consider additional criteria.

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