University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee - Bachelor's Degree
University of Wisconsin Milwaukee has many notable aspects, including having the only US school exclusively dedicated to freshwater sciences; the only accredited architecture school – School of Architecture and Urban Planning – in Wisconsin; one of the top twenty film schools in the world; an English Department with teachers and graduates who are internationally acclaimed novelists and poets; and Museum Studies and Art History programs that develop archivists, curators and anthropologists.
UWM is represented by some of the most successful student athletes in the NCAA, including a Top Ten women’s soccer team and a full roster of honor-roll athletes. Additionally the UWM Research Foundation builds partnerships and develops patents that bring its faculty’s innovations – desalination, medical technology, self-healing metals, pain-relief drug compounds – to market.
UWM graduates work in range of fields, as public-health professionals, occupational therapists, school psychologists, classroom teachers, nurses and nurse practitioners. UWM students are given many opportunities to intern at Fortune 500 companies, learn languages (it offers 20); apply their talents and energy to community change through its Institute for Service Learning; or to get to know the world better through one of its 300 study-abroad programs.
- Minimum GPA 2.75
- Minimum incoming TOEFL iBT 68
- Minimum incoming IELTS 5.50
- Minimum SAT 580
- Minimum ACT 23