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3202 N. Maryland Avenue
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53211, United States of America
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Outstanding faculty scholars and teachers. Highly regarded academics. Close connections to business. The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s Sheldon B. Lubar School of Business provides comprehensive management education with a distinct metropolitan advantage. Through undergraduate and graduate programs that emphasize career relevance, Lubar faculty link academic knowledge to relevant business application, and offer students unique access to industry experts, applied project experience, and internship and placement opportunities.

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About University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

Tuition: Can I afford it?

Open Enrollment Cost
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Individual Cost
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Individual Cost
0 Open enrollment executive non degree programs run in other countries 0 Custom executive non-degree programs
Custom Program Cost
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$ $ $ $ $
Company Cost
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$200,000
Company Cost
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Academics: What will I learn?

Faculty
  • Full-Time Non-Tenured
  • Full-Time Tenured
  • Part-Time
10% 10
40% 40
40% 40
Non-Degree Programs Offered
0 Open Enrollment Programs 7 Custom Programs

Top 3 Teaching Methods
Lectures
40% 40
Case study
30% 30
Simulation
20% 20
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Course Title Type Of Course Country Partners Year Established

Students: Who are my classmates?

7 Companies that ran custom programs
Ethnicity of Students
School Partners
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Alumni: How strong is my network?

4,101 Living MBA Alumni 1 Countries where alumni clubs exist
1 Active alumni clubs
34% Participating in gift donations No Individual alumni gift in excess of $10 Million in the last 12 months

Employer data includes graduates and current students.