University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

*Tuition is only an estimate and actual rates may vary.
Please contact the campus for more details.

State:
Wisconsin
Sector:
Public
Enrollment:
27,466
Undergraduate Tuition:
$9,593
Estimated Undergraduate MSEP tuition*:
$13,638
Graduate Tuition:
$11,966
Estimated Graduate MSEP tuition*:
$17,199
This Institution offers an MSEP discount
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**Students are automatically reviewed for eligibility for the Midwest Student Exchange Program tuition at the time of review for admission. No additional application is needed.**

Students admitted to UWM at Waukesha or UWM at Washington County in the associate degree track are not eligible for the MSEP tuition rate.

 

Students are eligible for any term in which they initially enroll if qualifying criteria is met. Courses can be taken on campus or online.

Qualifying criteria for new freshmen: Freshman MSEP applicants are expected to meet the same admission standards as Wisconsin applicants.

Note that academic preparation expectations vary from program to program, and some programs have additional requirements such as auditions or portfolio review. Factors considered in making the admission decision include the applicant's high school record, standardized test scores, and other relevant academic and nonacademic information. Each applicant will be given a comprehensive review with all factors considered. 

  • Must be admitted as bachelor's degree-seeking  
  • Full and part time students are eligible
  • A permanent home address as a legal resident in a participating MSEP state 
  • Associate degree students, second degree students, re-entry applicants, non-degree students, Flex degree students, and students admitted to a certificate program are not eligible.  

Qualifying criteria for transfer students: Transfer students must have met all university admission requirements as well as any additional requirements specific to their desired academic program. 

  • Must be admitted as bachelor's degree-seeking   
  • Full and part time students are eligible
  • A permanent home address as a legal resident in a participating MSEP state 
  • Associate degree students, second degree students, re-entry applicants, non-degree students, Flex degree students, and students admitted to a certificate program are not eligible. 


Qualifying criteria for Graduate students: Graduate students must have met all university admission requirements as well as any additional requirements specific to their desired academic program. 

  • MSEP began for graduate students enrolling in the Fall 2017 semester and following
  • Full and part time students are eligible
  • A permanent home address as a legal resident in a participating MSEP state 
  • Second degree students, re-entry applicants, non-degree students, and students admitted to a certificate program are not eligible.
  • For more information, contact the Graduate School at 414-229-6569 or gradschool@uwm.edu


Once a student has been admitted, s/he will be automatically notified of eligibility as appropriate. Students will continue to receive MSEP benefits while enrolled at UWM, provided the following criteria are met: 

  • Maintain residency in a participating MSEP state 
  • Remain enrolled in a participating academic program (on campus or online)
  • Students need to be enrolled consecutively (can't stop out) and remain in good academic standing 
  • Complete degree in no more than five years 

Note: If a student's major changes to a NON-participating program, s/he will no longer be eligible to receive the benefits associated with participation in MSEP. 
 

Programs Offered: 

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

Eligible residents from MSEP states can get a tuition discount for undergraduate programs in the following schools/colleges at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.  (For more information about UW-Milwaukee's schools and colleges and the majors offered within each, visit www.uwm.edu/academics): 

  • School of Architecture and Urban Planning
  • Peck School of the Arts
  • Lubar School of Business
  • School of Education
  • College of Engineering and Applied Science
  • College of General Studies
  • College of Health Sciences
  • School of Information Studies
  • College of Letters and Science
  • College of Nursing
  • Joseph J. Zilber School of Public Health
  • Helen Bader School of Social Welfare
     

GRADUATE PROGRAMS

Architecture and Urban Planning (all programs as of summer 2019)

  • Architecture, MArch
  • Architecture, MArch/Urban Planning, MUP
  • Architecture, MS
  • Architecture, PhD
  • Urban Planning, MUP
  • Urban Planning, MUP/Engineering MS
  • Urban Planning, MUP/Public Administration, MPA

Arts

  • Art M.A.
  • Art M.F.A.
  • Art Education M.S.
  • Dance M.F.A.
  • Film M.F.A.
  • Music M.M.

Business

  • Business Administration M.B.A.
  • Business Administration Executive M.B.A.
  • Business Management Science Ph.D.
  • Information Technology Management M.S.
  • Management M.S.
  • Nonprofit Management & Leadership M.S.

Education

  • Administrative Leadership M.S.
  • Cultural Foundations of Community Engagement and Education M.S.
  • Curriculum & Instruction M.S.
  • Educational Psychology M.S.
  • Educational Psychology Ph.D.
  • Exceptional Education M.S.
  • School Psychology Education Specialist Ed. S.
  • Urban Education Ph.D.

Engineering

  • Biomedical & Health Informatics Ph.D.
  • Computer Science M.S.
  • Engineering M.S.

Freshwater Sciences

  • Freshwater Sciences M.S. (as of summer 2019)
  • Freshwater Sciences Ph.D. (as of summer 2019)
  • Freshwater Sciences & Technology M.S.

Health Sciences

  • Athletic Training M.S. 
  • Healthcare Administration M.H.A.
  • Health Care Informatics M.S.
  • Health Sciences Ph.D.
  • Kinesiology M.S.

Information Studies

  • Library & Information Science M.L.I.S.

Letters & Sciences

  • Africology Ph.D.
  • Anthropology M.S.
  • Anthropology Ph.D.
  • Art History M.A
  • Atmospheric Science M.S.
  • Atmospheric Science Ph.D.
  • Biological Sciences M.S. and non-thesis M.S. (as of spring 2020)
  • Biological Sciences Ph.D. (as of spring 2020)
  • Chemistry M.S.
  • Communication M.A.
  • Communication Ph.D.
  • Economics M.A.
  • Economics Ph.D. (as of fall 2019)
  • English M.A.
  • English Ph.D.
  • Geography M.A.
  • Geography M.S.
  • Geography Ph.D.
  • Geosciences M.S.
  • Geosciences Ph.D.
  • History M.A.
  • History Ph.D.
  • Human Resources & Labor Relations M.H.R.L.R.
  • Language, Literature, & Translation M.A.
  • Linguistics M.A.
  • Mathematics M.S.
  • Media Studies M.A.
  • Philosophy M.A.
  • Physics M.S.
  • Political Science M.A.
  • Psychology M.S.
  • Public Administration M.P.A.
  • Sociology M.A.
  • Spanish M.A.
  • Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages and Applied Linguistics M.A. (as of fall 2019)
  • Urban Studies M.S.
  • Urban Studies Ph.D.
  • Women's & Gender Studies M.A.

Nursing

  • BS to DNP (as of summer 2019)
  • Master of Nursing M.N. (as of summer 2019)
  • Nursing Ph.D. (on-campus only)
  • Sustainable Peacebuilding M.S.P.

Public Health

  • Biostatistics M.S. (as of fall 2019)
  • Environmental Health Sciences Ph.D. (as of summer 2019)
  • Epidemiology Ph.D.
  • Public Health M.P.H. (all programs)
  • Public Health Ph.D. (all programs; as of summer 2019)

Social Welfare

  • Criminal Justice M.S.
  • Social Welfare Ph.D.
  • Social Work M.S.W.