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Engineering : University of Wisconsin-Madison

University of Wisconsin-Madison
Address500 Lincoln Dr
CityMadison
StateWisconsin
Zip53706-1380
TypePublic
LevelFour or more years
Full-time Students37485
Student to Faculty Ratio22:1
Admission Rate66.5%
Carnegie ClassificationResearch Universities (very high research activity)
Fees
Undergrad Application Fees$44
Grad Application Fees$56
EnrollmentFees (/yr)Required Fees(/yr)
Undergrad In-State$7933$1050
Undergrad Out-State$23183$1050
Grad In-State$9887$1050
Grad Out-State$24054$1050
SAT Score
SectionScore(25/75)percentile
Critical Reading550/670
Math620/720
Writing560/670
ACT Score
SectionScore(25/75)percentile
Composite26/30
English25/31
Math31/31
Writing9/9
**Above numbers are at University/College level (not for a particular department or program)

Courses/Degrees

Engineering
Agricultural/Biological Engineering and Bioengineering
Biomedical/Medical Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Computer Engineering- General
Electrical- Electronics and Communications Engineering
Engineering Mechanics
Engineering Physics
Geological/Geophysical Engineering
Industrial Engineering
Materials Engineering
Materials Science
Mechanical Engineering
Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering
Nuclear Engineering
Systems Engineering

The University of Wisconsin ranks second in research funding in the U.S. with $1B/yr in research activities.

MS Electrical and Computer Engineering (Fall 2010):

  • GRE Verbal: About 525
  • GRE Quantitative: About 780
  • GRE Analytical Writing: About 4.0

    MS Industrial and Systems Engineering: We try to develop an overall picture of the candidate and their chance of success in our program by considering all the application materials presented. Although we like to see the Quantitative portion of the GRE test scores above 90%, we do not weigh the GRE so heavily that scoring below that mark would cause us to deny a candidate. In general, students who are admitted into our graduate program have an overall score of 1200 or above.



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