University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee College of Engineering and Applied Science

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UW-Milwaukee College of Engineering and Applied Science
Motto Discover. Innovate. Lead.
Type Public
Established 1964[1]
Dean Brett Peters
Undergraduates 1,568[2]
Postgraduates 399[2]
Location Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
Campus University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee

The College of Engineering and Applied Science is a college within the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee. It offers bachelor, master and doctoral degrees in civil engineering, electrical engineering, industrial engineering, materials engineering, mechanical engineering, and computer science.

Based on the statistical analysis by H.J. Newton, Professor of Statistics at Texas A&M University in 1997 on the National Research Council report issued in 1995, the school was ranked 73rd nationally in the National Research Council (NRC) rankings,[3] with its Civil Engineering program 69th,[4] Electronic Engineering 96th,[5] Industrial Engineering 34th,[6] Materials science 60th,[7] and Mechanical Engineering 87th.[8] The school ranks 129th nationally by U.S. News & World Report,[9] with its computer science program ranked 110th in 2011.[10]


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  1. ^ History of CEAS on the UW-Milwaukee website
  2. ^ a b Fall 2013 Headcount Report, available on UWM campus or off-campus with UWM student/staff logon
  3. ^ A Brief Summary of the NRC Rankings, Texas A&M University
  4. ^ NRC Rankings in each of the 41 Areas: civil engineering, Texas A&M University
  5. ^ NRC Rankings in each of the 41 Areas: Electronic Engineering, Texas A&M University
  6. ^ NRC Rankings in each of the 41 Areas: Industrial Engineering, Texas A&M University
  7. ^ NRC Rankings in each of the 41 Areas: Materials science, Texas A&M University
  8. ^ NRC Rankings in each of the 41 Areas: Mechanical Engineering, Texas A&M University
  9. ^ Best Engineering Schools,U.S. News & World Report.
  10. ^ Rankings: Computer Science, US News & World Report, 2010.

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Coordinates: 43°04′33″N 87°53′09″W / 43.0758°N 87.8859°W / 43.0758; -87.8859