University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee: Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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  • A subunit of the Department of Political Science, augmented by faculty from other departments and schools of the University, offers a program of gradu... more >

  • The Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business and the College of Letters and Science jointly offer the master's degree in Human Resources and Labor Relations (MHRLR). The MHRLR program offers students an interdisciplinary blend of courses and faculty in th... more >

  • This interdisciplinary program features considerable faculty/student interaction. The primary emphasis is on research from the start of graduate study. more >

  • The Department of Philosophy offers a program of graduate study leading to the degree of Master of Arts. more >

  • Electrical Engineering offers programs leading to Master's and Ph.D. degrees. Course offerings cover a broad spectrum of areas within electrical engineering. The Department has a number of well recognized researchstrengths. more >

  • The Department of Psychology offers doctoral training in clinical and experimental psychology and master's-level training in two specialties: health psychology and behavior analysis. Within experimental psychology, training is offered in the areas of ph... more >

  • Kinesiology is an academic discipline which involves the study of physical activity and its impact on health, society... more >

  • The English Department offers master's and doctoral degrees in several areas of specialization: Literary Studies, Rhetoric and Composition, Professional and Technical Writing, Creative Writing, Adult TESOL and Linguistics, and Modern Studies. Students a... more >

  • The Certificate Program in Biotechnology is designed for majors in the sciences who are interested in courses that provide the skills needed by traine... more >

  • There are two entry options for the Doctor of Nursing (DNP) Practice Program... more >

  • The Educational Psychology program is designed to serve those who want to increase their understanding of human behavior from conception through adulthood, research and evaluation of learning, and teaching in informal and formal educational settings. Th... more >

  • The School of Freshwater Sciences offers a graduate program of studies providing students with advanced training and education.. more >

  • The highest possible degree in advanced practice, the DNP, instills in graduates the knowledge and leadership skills necessary.. more >

  • The Graduate Program in film/video at UWM is interdisciplinary, hands-on, and non-commercial in spirit with a commitment to the intensive production o... more >

  • The Department of Political Science offers graduate programs of study in political science with concentrations in seven fields: American politics - governmental institutions and processes; groups, parties and behavior; urban/state politics and public po... more >

  • The Urban Studies Programs provide students with a broad understanding of urban society and trains them in research techniques appropriate to the study of metropolitan communities.The Master of Science in Urban Studies stresses the understanding of s... more >

  • The College is widely known for its excellent teaching and student learning environment, superb innovative research... more >

  • The Master of Urban Planning is a professional, skills-oriented program designed to train students for planning-related careers in either the public or private sector, and focuses on planning as a process for improving collective decisions.The M.Arc... more >

  • To be admitted to the M.S. in Nonprofit Management and Leadership degree program, an applicant must meet Graduate... more >

  • The Doctoral Program in Africology is now accepting applications for admission. Applications received by December 1st.... more >

  • The Women's Studies Program facilitates research and course development about women and gender-related issues, coordinates... more >

  • The Master of Architecture Program is directed toward the integration of social, technological, and aesthetic intentions in the building process and requires 2 to 3-1/2 years of graduate study, depending on the applicant's previous academic background a... more >

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