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Marquette University Graduate School

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About Marquette University

We are a Catholic, Jesuit University. Since 1881, Marquette University has been known for its commitment to educational excellence in the 450-year-old Jesuit tradition. The Jesuit order of Catholic priests has embraced the belief that true education should develop not only the intellect, but also moral and spiritual character.

A Marquette education aims not only for the mind, but also the heart and soul. The experience is more than an acquisition of knowledge; it's a transformational education that challenges you to develop the goals and values that will shape the rest of your life.

About the Marquette University Graduate School

You can expect intellectual challenge and academic excellence from graduate study at Marquette, as well as opportunities for your own spiritual and moral growth. Together, these elements prepare you to meet professional challenges and contribute to the community in ways that will enrich society.

Marquette offers more than 50 different masters and doctoral degrees and several certificate and post‑master's programs. For a complete listing of program offerings, go to www.grad. mu.edu/programs . For the online application and application instructions, go to www.grad. mu.edu/future/apply .

Individual Attention

You will work one-on-one with an academic adviser to tailor an academic program to your needs and goals. Classes are small, averaging 10 students. Your needs as a student, researcher and individual will be met.

Quality Faculty

Study with superior faculty mentors. Marquette faculty have received 70 Fulbright Awards and four Guggenheim Fellowships. Your professors will be national leaders in research and scholarships, and attentive to your needs in and out of the classroom.

Research Opportunities

Research and scholarship are critical to the learning process. The scope of research and scholarship at Marquette is truly remarkable, with more than $15 million in grants and support given within a single year, encompassing fields from the arts and humanities to the sciences and engineering.

Top-notch Facilities

Marquette's vast research environment is comprised of the Raynor Memorial Libraries and Law Library (www.marquette.edu/about/campus/libraries ). The libraries house more than 1. 5 million volumes, hundreds of research databases, computer access, laptops on loan, a CD and video collection, and library staff who help researchers from around the world.

Rankings and Recognitions

U. S. News and World Report

ranked Marquette University advanced to 85th among the top 100 national universities in America's Best Colleges.

Graduate school rankings from U. S. News and World Report for 2004 gave Marquette top scores. The dispute resolution program ranked 11th; the College of Nursing's graduate programs scored 53rd (placing the college in the top 20 percent of programs around the country) and nursing-midwifery was 13th; the part-time master's in business administration was ranked 11th; and, the School of Education was ranked 57th.

Marquette was ranked in the top 100 of Entrepreneur magazine's first ranking of the top entrepreneurial college programs in the nation .

Marquette was ranked in the top 100 of Entrepreneur magazine's first ranking of the top entrepreneurial college programs in the nation .

The Princeton Review named Marquette one of the best universities in the Midwest and among the top 20 schools "where students never stop studying. "

The American Psychological Association of Graduate Students named Marquette's Department of Counselling and Educational Psychology the department of the year in 2002 for its outstanding commitment to graduate students and faculty/student relations.

International Students

The Graduate School takes great pride in helping international students in apply for study and in making the transition from their native countries to Marquette's academic, multicultural and spiritual community. The efforts of our staff, like the philosophy of the university itself, are consistently guided by cura personalis, or care for the whole person.

If you encounter any difficulty in the process of applying to the Graduate School, or have any questions, please contact us either via email at erin. fox@marquette.edu or at 414-288-7137, or check out our International Students' Web page at www.grad. mu.edu/future/intl

International Student Center

Through the year, the Campus International Center hosts many enjoyable and educational activities including holiday celebrations, potluck dinners, orientation programs and discussions for international and American students interested in cross-cultural dialogue. For more information, go towww.mu.edu/ocip/center .

International Student Advising

The university strives to provide the highest quality of legal and cross-cultural advising for its international students. A special campus international office assists students in maintaining their United States legal status beginning with new student orientation programs and continuing throughout the years to student applications for practical training employment authorization after graduation.

English Language Program

Advanced English language courses are available for the Marquette students who need to learn greater English-speaking skills for greater success in their Marquette programs. Students may take one or more of these courses along with the academic courses in their major fields of study.

University Ministry

Prayer and worship services, retreats, pastoral Counselling and community service activities encourage spiritual growth for students from a wide range of religious backgrounds. For more information, go to: www.marquette.edu/um .

About Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Marquette University is located in the city of Milwaukee, in the state of Wisconsin. With 1. 5 million residents, the Milwaukee metropolitan area is the largest urban center in Wisconsin and the 19th largest city in the United States. Milwaukee offers the changes of the four seasons. The climatic changes bring a diversity of seasonal activities  to the campus and recreation areas in the city, including the scenic lake front of Lake Michigan. Milwaukee enjoys a rich cultural heritage with more than 50 nationality groups in the community.

CONTACT

Marquette University Graduate School

Holthusen Hall, 3rd Floor (Campus Map )

P. O. Box 1881

Milwaukee, WI 53201-1881

Courier/Street Address:

Marquette University Graduate School

1324 W. Wisconsin Ave. , Room 305

Milwaukee, WI 53233

Tel: (414) 288-7137 /(800) 793-6450

Fax: (414) 288-1902

Email: erin. fox@marquette.edu

Website: www.grad. mu.edu  

 

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CONTACT

Marquette University Graduate School

Holthusen Hall, 3rd Floor (Campus Map )

P. O. Box 1881

Milwaukee, WI 53201-1881

Courier/Street Address:

Marquette University Graduate School

1324 W. Wisconsin Ave. , Room 305

Milwaukee, WI 53233

Tel: (414) 288-7137 /(800) 793-6450

Fax: (414) 288-1902

Email: erin. fox@marquette.edu

Website: www.grad. mu.edu

 

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