1250 W Wisconsin Avenue Room 136, Milwaukee, WI 53233
Marquette University is a private, Catholic university in Milwaukee, WI. It is a well-rated college, currently ranked one hundred and seventy-third in the US, with not competitive admissions, accepting 82% of applicants. It is an above average sized institution with full-time enrollment of 8,427 undergrads. Marquette's most frequently in-demand major is a Bachelor's in Finance, which is elected by 7% of students. Alternative frequently decided fields include Nursing, which accounts for 6% of students, and Biomedical Sciences and Molecular Medicine (6%). It ranks first in Wisconsin for its information technology program. Additionally, Marquette University comes in 1st in WI on our best test optional colleges list. At sticker price, tuition goes for $41,182 a year for students living in Wisconsin but $45,517 if you aren't applying from Wisconsin. If that's too much to spend for you, keep in mind that each and every Marquette undergraduate receives at least some monetary aid. 84% of Marquette University undergraduates walk across that stage on graduation day, all set to enter the job market. A couple years after receiving their degrees, graduates earn a median yearly income of $50,600. After 4 more years working, their median yearly income climbs 23.7% to $62,600, which is 56.1% above the national median salary. Applying students might also want to be informed that your high school GPA is required to apply and more than 1/2 of the accepted students scored between 1150 and 1320 on the SAT. Additionally, 4% of classes are on the larger side, with 100 or more students. Related to your pocketbook, be aware that the average amount of aid awarded through institutional grants is $22,321. On the subject of demographics, 67% of undergrads are White and the student body is made up of 53% females. Apropos of student life, 54% of undergrads live in on-campus housing. In closing, two years after completing their studies, 2% of Marquette's alumni are not employed and the lowest-earning fourth of graduates receive a starting salary of $34,500 or less.
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Biomedical Sciences and Molecular Medicine
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