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Helen Bader School of Social Welfare

University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee is a doctoral-degree granting public research university that consists of 14 colleges and schools, and 70 academic centers, institutes and laboratory facilities. It offers a total of 180 degree programs, including 94 bachelor's, 53 master's and 32 doctorate degrees.[1] The School of Freshwater Sciences is the only graduate school of freshwater science in the U.S. and the third in the world.[2][3][4] The School of Architecture and Urban Planning, the College of Nursing and the College of Health Sciences are the largest in Wisconsin.[5][6]

The university is categorized as an RU/H Research University (high research activity) in the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education.[7] Per US News & World Report 2012, the University is ranked 121st nationally by America's Best High School guidance counselors as offering the best undergraduate education to their students.[8]

Colleges and schools

Rankings

US News & World Report rankings
Program Ranking Year
Archives and Preservation 9 2009[8]
Biological Sciences 144 2010[8]
Chemistry 107 2010[8]
Clinical Psychology 70 2012[8]
Computer Science 110 2010[8]
Education 67 2012[8]
Engineering 131 2012[8]
English 52 2009[8]
Fine Arts 62 2012[8]
Library and Information Studies 16 2009[8]
Mathematics 104 2010[8]
Nursing 36 2012[8]
Occupational Therapy 28 2008[8]
Part-time M.B.A. 78 2012[8]
Political Science 62 2010[8]
Psychology 103 2009[8]
Physics 102 2010[8]
Physical Therapy 28 2012[8]
Public Affairs 59 2012[8]
Rehabilitation counseling 62 2011[8]
Social Work 52 2012[8]
Speech-Language Pathology 73 2012[8]

Based on the statistical analysis by H.J. Newton, Professor of Statistics at Texas A&M University in 1997 on the National Research Council report issued in 1995, the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee was ranked 72nd among public universities in the U.S. in the NRC Rankings.[9][10] It was also ranked among the top 100 universities in the U.S. by Vanguard College Ranking,[11] 247th by Washington Monthly[12] and one of the best Midwest colleges by Princeton Review.[13] The University ranked 189th in the US by research expenditure in 2007.[14]

The university ranks 98th in the world in the Professional Ranking of World Universities conducted by the École des Mines de Paris in 2011[15] and ranked as one of the top 500 world universities in the Academic Ranking of World Universities compiled by Shanghai Jiao Tong University.[16] The SCImago Institutions Rankings rated UW-Milwaukee 759th among 3,042 universities and research institutions worldwide in term of research output, international collaboration, normalized impact and publication rate in 2011.[17] The Webometrics Ranking of World Universities ranked UW-Milwaukee 200th world wide[18] and 96th in North American.[19]

Programs

  • College of Letters and Science offers 40 bachelor degrees, 20 masters and 12 doctoral degrees. Based on the statistical analysis by H.J. Newton, Professor of Statistics at Texas A&M University in 1997 on the National Research Council report issued in 1995, the National Research Council (NRC) rankings rank UW-Milwaukee's Anthropology program 62nd,[28] Economics program 88th,[29] English department 32nd,[30] Geosciences program 92nd,[31] Geography program 31st,[32] Physics program 88th[33] and Political Science program 51st.[34] The political science department was ranked 81st globally in a study published by Political Study Review in 2004.[35] In a study published by the Southern Economic Journal in 2008, the research productivity of the economics department was ranked in the top third of the 129 economics doctoral degree-granting institutions in the U.S.[36] The hydrogeology program within the Department of Geosciences was ranked among the top 100 programs in North America by the National Ground Water Association.[37]
  • Peck School of the Arts consists of dance, film, music, theatre, and visual art departments.[42] The school also hosts the Institute of Visual Art (Inova), an internationally known exhibition venue for contemporary art.[43] The school was ranked 62nd nationally by U.S. News and World Report in 2012.[8] The school's film program is ranked world top 20 by The Hollywood Reporter.[44]
  • School of Architecture and Urban Planning offers bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees in Architecture and Urban Planning, with an enrollment of more than 800. The school was ranked among the top twenty by U.S. News and World Report in a recent report. The journal DesignIntelligence in an annual edition of "America's Best Architecture & Design Schools" has also ranked the School of Architecture and Urban Planning among the top twenty and second in the Midwest, as well as tied for third in their ‘Most Innovative Programs’ category. The Key Center for Architectural Sociology ranked School of Architecture and Urban Planning 18th in research performance among more than 130 schools in North America.[45]
  • School of Education offers five undergraduate major, five master's, and 12 doctoral programs. It also offers the only four-year interpreter training degree in Wisconsin. The school was ranked 67th nationally by U.S. News & World Report in 2012.[8]
  • Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business offers bachelor, master and doctoral degrees in a variety of specialities. The school has a total of more than four thousand students enrollment. The Management Information Systems (MIS) program of Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business is ranked 19th in the U.S. and 24th in the world by a study published in Communications for the Association for Information Systems.[48] Also, the Organizations and Strategic Management program is ranked 32nd worldwide by a joint study conducted by Texas A&M University and the University of Florida.[49] In 2006 and 2008, the School was ranked among the top 100 business schools around the world in terms of research productivity.[50]
  • School of Public Health is a graduate school focusing on public health research and education. It is one of more than 40 accredited schools of public health in the United States and the first devoted specifically to public health in Wisconsin.[51]

References

External links

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