Values-based education

As you learn theory and applied skills, you also will explore the wider dimensions of ethical practice and professional responsibility. At Marquette, you join a graduate community committed to public discussion of what academic and scholarly discoveries mean and how they affect human life.


Jesuit ideals

Jesuit schools are renowned for an educational model that is committed to academic excellence and the development of the whole person. Marquette proudly continues this tradition, challenging students to become people who will have an impact on the world around them and Be The Difference.


Urban advantage

Move beyond the classroom and outside the laboratory to learn in the community and on the job through the practica, internships and service opportunities in the robust Milwaukee business community. For fun, enjoy major league sports, great restaurants, performing arts, music and festivals — all just minutes from Marquette.


Research opportunities

Research and scholarship are critical to the learning process. You will have opportunities to participate in important research, co-author scientific publications and attend national scientific meetings in fields from the arts and humanities to the sciences and engineering. You also may earn important academic distinctions like the Marquette graduate students who recently were awarded a Ford Foundation Fellowship, Fulbright Fellowship and American Psychology Association Board position.


Research facilities

Our libraries — Raynor Memorial, Science and Law — house more than 1.5 million volumes of books and bound journals, 14,000 print and online journal subscriptions, laptops for checkout, a CD and video collection and incredible special collections. Check here for descriptions of the collections and services for graduate programs.

Contact Us

The Graduate School, Holthusen Hall, 3rd Floor
P.O. Box 1881
1324 W. Wisconsin Ave., Room 305
Milwaukee, WI 53201-1881
(414) 288-7137

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