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From the President

At Marquette University, the entire community is dedicated to the academic success and personal growth of our students. The university’s commitment to academic excellence is complemented by a grounding in the centuries-old Jesuit concept, cura personalis, which calls us to appreciate and respect the individual hopes, desires, aspirations, and concerns of all members of the Marquette community.

In this spirit, this Bulletin has been created to guide you in planning your academic career and professional development. With its descriptions of academic majors and required courses, study abroad opportunities, services for students and policies, it is a resource to help you choose the path at Marquette that best suits you, fosters your growth, and prepares you for the challenges, rewards, leadership and service that await you when you complete your work here. Use it in the spirit of Father Jacques Marquette, the 17th century Jesuit explorer for whom our university is named. Let his embrace of the unfamiliar, his openness to new opportunities, and his strong sense of purpose inspire you as you explore the offerings of this outstanding university.

You have my prayers that our loving and gracious God will bless you in your academic work at Marquette.

Michael R. Lovell, Ph.D.
President

From the Provost

Having chosen to invest a significant portion of your time and energy to pursue a degree at Marquette University, you are likely already beginning to understand what makes this university community special – what sets this 90-acre area in the heart of Milwaukee apart from any other place in the world.

This bulletin can serve as a roadmap for your time here at Marquette. It describes the range of majors and courses Marquette offers, graduation requirements, academic policies and procedures, and experiential learning opportunities that exist both inside and outside of the classroom. I hope you will find it a helpful resource as you register for classes and plan ahead for future semesters.

But a Marquette education goes beyond the educational foundation your courses provide. Through the guidance of faculty who are experts in their field and who truly believe in the teacher-scholar model, as well as leadership opportunities in service learning and student organizations, your time at Marquette will be more than an education. It will be an experience that we hope transforms you into men and women who seek answers to life’s deepest questions and contribute to solving the world’s most pressing problems.  

Our faculty and staff are here to help guide your growth intellectually, emotionally and spiritually during your time at Marquette. They are a valuable resource, and I encourage you to seek their advice, listen to their perspectives gleaned from years in their respective fields, engage in meaningful dialogue and learn from their engagement with the Ignatian spirit that flows throughout campus.

During my six years on campus, I’ve come to realize that the Marquette community is truly a family – one that extends beyond our campus community to the 100,000 alumni who lead and serve in the fields of law, engineering, business, medicine, education, dentistry, the humanities, social sciences and communication in all corners of the world. We hope that your time here prepares you to leave Marquette better than you found it, to contribute your unique gifts to enriching the diversity of our campus community, and to be ready to go out into the world and be men and women for others.

Dr. Margaret Faut Callahan, C.R.N.A., F.N.A.P., F.A.A.N.
Interim Provost
Dean of the College of Nursing

History

Marquette University was founded in 1881 by members of the Society of Jesus, a Catholic religious order established in 1540 by St. Ignatius Loyola. The university is named after Father Jacques Marquette (1637-1675), a French, Jesuit missionary and explorer in North America.

The origins of Marquette University date from 1848 when the Most Rev. John Martin Henni, first bishop of Milwaukee, obtained $16,000 from Guillaume DeBoey, a Belgian, Catholic businessman, to establish a Jesuit college. Bishop Henni petitioned the Jesuits to open a school, Marquette College, in Milwaukee. Because the Jesuits lacked personnel to undertake the project for decades, Marquette College did not open until 1881.

Marquette remained a small liberal arts college for men at North 10th and West State streets until 1907. That year its leaders obtained a university charter from the state of Wisconsin and moved operations to a building just east of the Church of the Gesu, at North 12th Street and West Wisconsin Avenue. That building, Johnston Hall, is the oldest building on the Marquette campus.

Between 1907 and 1913, Marquette expanded to include divisions of medicine, dentistry, nursing, pharmacy, law, business, engineering, music and journalism. In 1909, Marquette became the first Catholic university in the world to offer coeducation as part of its regular undergraduate program.

Following World War II, enrollment at Marquette increased dramatically, as at other American colleges and universities. Demand for graduate and professional education grew. In 1957-58, Marquette became for a short time the largest Catholic university in the nation.

In the 1960s and '70s, Marquette introduced doctoral programs in various fields, including religious studies, biology, history and chemistry.

Since 1990, Marquette has added numerous programs, including degree programs for working adults, which offer courses on campus as well as at satellite locations in southeastern Wisconsin; a part-time law program; an executive master of business administration program; programs in physician assistant studies and exercise science; and a Graduate School of Management.

Today Marquette University has a campus of approximately 90 acres and 60 buildings located near downtown Milwaukee. It consists of 12 colleges and schools:

  • Arts and Sciences
  • Business Administration
  • Communication
  • Dentistry
  • Education
  • Engineering
  • Graduate
  • Health Sciences
  • Law
  • Management (Graduate)
  • Nursing
  • Professional Studies

Mission Statement

Marquette University is a Catholic, Jesuit university dedicated to serving God by serving our students and contributing to the advancement of knowledge. Our mission, therefore, is the search for truth, the discovery and sharing of knowledge, the fostering of personal and professional excellence, the promotion of a life of faith, and the development of leadership expressed in service to others. All this we pursue for the greater glory of God and the common benefit of the human community.

Excellence

Our students, whether traditional or non-traditional, undergraduate, graduate or professional, come to Marquette University to share our commitment to the pursuit of excellence in all things as a lifelong endeavor. They come to join a community whose members — faculty, staff, students, trustees, alumni and friends alike — believe that education must encompass the whole person: spiritual and moral as well as intellectual, the heart as well as the mind. And they come seeking the educational, professional and cultural advantages of a university located in the heart of the city. We, in turn, take seriously our responsibility to foster and support excellence in teaching and research, to keep a Marquette education accessible to a diverse population of students, and to offer personal attention and care to each member of the Marquette community.

Faith

As a Catholic university, we are committed to the unfettered pursuit of truth under the mutually illuminating powers of human intelligence and Christian faith. Our Catholic identity is expressed in our choices of curricula, our sponsorship of programs and activities devoted to the cultivation of our religious character, our ecumenical outlook, and our support of Catholic beliefs and values. Precisely because Catholicism at its best seeks to be inclusive, we are open to all who share our mission and seek the truth about God and the world, and we are firmly committed to academic freedom as the necessary precondition for that search. We welcome and benefit enormously from the diversity of seekers within our ranks, even as we freely choose and celebrate our own Catholic identity.

Leadership

As a Jesuit university, Marquette embodies the intellectual and religious traditions of the Society of Jesus. Through an academically rigorous, values-centered curriculum, our students receive a firm grounding in the liberal arts, preparation for work in a world of increasing complexity and diversity, and formation for life as ethical and informed leaders in their religious, cultural, professional and civic communities. They work with and learn from faculty who are true teacher-scholars, whose research not only advances the sum of human knowledge, but also informs their teaching, and whose commitment to students is fundamental to their intellectual and professional lives.

Service

Through both our academic and co-curricular programs, Marquette strives to develop men and women who will dedicate their lives to the service of others, actively entering into the struggle for a more just society. We expect all members of the Marquette community, whatever their faith traditions, to give concrete expression to their beliefs by giving of themselves in service to those in need.

Vision Statement

Marquette University aspires to be, and to be recognized, among the most innovative and accomplished Catholic and Jesuit universities in the world, promoting the greater glory of God and the well-being of humankind.
We must reach beyond traditional academic boundaries and embrace new and collaborative methods of teaching, learning, research and service in an inclusive environment that supports all of our members in reaching their fullest potential.
Marquette graduates will be problem-solvers and agents for change in a complex world so in the spirit of St. Ignatius and Jacques Marquette, they are ready in every way "to go and set the world on fire."

Statement on Human Dignity and Diversity

As a Catholic, Jesuit university, Marquette recognizes and cherishes the dignity of each individual regardless of age, culture, faith, ethnicity, race, gender, sexual orientation, language, disability or social class. Precisely because Catholicism at its best seeks to be inclusive, we are open to all who share our mission and seek the truth about God and the world. Through our admissions and employment policies and practices, our curricular and co-curricular offerings, and our welcoming and caring campus environment, Marquette seeks to become a more diverse and inclusive academic community dedicated to the promotion of justice.

Our commitment to a diverse university community helps us to achieve excellence by promoting a culture of learning, appreciation and understanding. Each member of the Marquette community is charged to treat everyone with care and respect, and to value and treasure our differences. This call to action is integral to the tradition that we share.

Accreditation

An educational institution is only as strong as the level of excellence that it demands of itself as well as of its faculty and students. Marquette University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, a commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Marquette University has set consistently high standards for itself that have resulted in accreditation and/or certification of its academic programs from these additional organizations and associations.

These accreditations assure a student that Marquette is recognized and approved by select national and regional educational associations, societies and councils. In addition, a student has the security of knowing that credits earned at Marquette have transfer value to comparable institutions of learning, just as an incoming transfer student learns by checking this list that Marquette can be expected to honor most credits earned at a similarly accredited college or university.

Accrediting Agencies

College/School Name of Agency Academic Programs Website
Klingler College of Arts and SciencesAmerican Psychological AssociationGraduate Psychology – PhD in Clinical Psychologyhttp://www.apa.org/
College of Business AdministrationAACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business-BS in (Accounting, Business Economics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology, International Business, Marketing, Operations and Supply Chain Management, and Real Estate)
-M.B.A.
-MS Accounting
-MS Applied Economics
-MS Human Resources
-MS Healthcare Technology Management
http://www.aacsb.edu/
Diedrich College of CommunicationAccrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications (ACEJMC)-BA in Adverstising
-BA in Broadcast and Electronic Communication
-BA in Journalism
-BA in Public Relations
-MA in Advertising and Public Relations
-MA in Journalism
http://www2.ku.edu/~acejmc/
Diedrich College of CommunicationNational Association of Schools of TheatreBA degree with major in Theatre Artshttp://nast.arts-accredit.org/
School of DentistryCommission on Dental Accreditation (CODA) of the American Dental AssociationDDS, certificate and master’s in advanced specialty education programs in endodontics, orthodontics and dentofacial orthopedics, and prosthodontics, certificate in advanced education in general dentistry.http://www.ada.org/117.aspx
College of EducationAmerican Psychological AssociationGraduate Education – PhD in Counseling Psychologyhttp://www.apa.org/
College of EducationNational Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) accredited under the CAEP accreditation system-BS degree with majors in elementary/middle education and middle/secondary education
-MED degrees in educational administration, elementary education, secondary education
-MA degrees in curriculum and instruction, educational policy and foundations, literacy
http://www.ncate.org/
College of EducationCouncil for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational ProgramsClinical Mental Health Counseling (M.S. degree)
School Counseling (M.A. degree)
http://www.cacrep.org/
College of EngineeringThe Biomedical Engineering, BSBE program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABEThttp://www.abet.org/
College of EngineeringThe Civil Engineering, BSCE program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABEThttp://www.abet.org/
College of EngineeringThe Computer Engineering, BSCO program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABEThttp://www.abet.org/
College of EngineeringThe Electrical Engineering, BSEE program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABEThttp://www.abet.org/
College of EngineeringThe Mechanical Engineering, BSME program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABEThttp://www.abet.org/
College of EngineeringThe Construction Engineering and Management, BS CEAM program has applied for accreditation by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABEThttp://www.abet.org/
College of Health SciencesAccreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant, Inc. (ARC-PA)Master of Physician Assistanthttp://www.arc-pa.org/index.html
College of Health SciencesAmerican Society of Exercise PhysiologistsBS degree with major in Exercise Physiologyhttp://www.asep.org/
College of Health SciencesCommission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE)Doctor of Physical Therapyhttp://www.capteonline.org/home.aspx
College of Health SciencesCommission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE)Baccalaureate in Athletic Traininghttp://www.caate.net/imis15/caate/
College of Health SciencesCouncil on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology (CAA) of the American Speech-Language-Hearing AssociationMS in Speech-Language Pathologyhttp://www.asha.org/academic/accreditation/CAA_overview.htm
College of Health SciencesNational Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS)BS degree with major in Clinical Laboratory Scienceshttp://www.naacls.org/
Law SchoolSection of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar of the American Bar AssociationJDhttp://www.americanbar.org/groups/legal_education.html
NursingCommission on Collegiate Nursing Education-Bachelor of Science in Nursing
-Master of Science in Nursing
-Doctor in Nursing Practice
http://www.aacn.nche.edu/ccne-accreditation
NursingAccreditation Commission for Midwifery Education (ACME) -Certificate in Nurse Midwifery
-MS in Nursing with a specialization in Nurse Midwifery
http://www.midwife.org/

Certification, Licensure, Credentialing and Other Recognitions

College/School Name of Agency Academic Programs Website
Klingler College of Arts and SciencesAmerican Chemical SocietyBS in Chemistry, Molecular Biology/biochemistry, Chemistry for the Professionshttp://portal.acs.org/portal/PublicWebSite/about/governance/committees/training/acsapproved/index.htm
College of Business AdministrationChartered Financial Analyst (CFA) InstituteBS in Finance, Applied Investment Management (AIM). The AIM program is a CFA Program Partner. The partnership designation means that Marquette University offers a degree program that covers at least 70 percent of the CFA Institute’s Program Candidate Body of Knowledge, the CFA Institute Ethical and Professional Standards, and other requirements.http://www.cfainstitute.org/partners/university/Pages/cfa_program_partners_overview.aspx
College of EducationWisconsin Department of Public InstructionCollege of Education:
-Licensure programs in administration:superintendent, director of instruction, principal, reading specialist
-Licensure programs in teaching: middle childhood-early adolescences; early adolescence-adolescence
Graduate Education:
-Licensure programs in pupil services: school counselor
-Licensure program in teaching: supplemental teaching-reading specialist
Graduate Speech-Language Pathology
-Licensure programs in teaching: special education - speech and language pathology
-Licensure program in bilingual-bicultural (18 credit-hour minor)
http://tepdl.dpi.wi.gov/epp/educator-preparation-program-providers
Graduate SchoolCommission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP)Specialist in Blood Banking (SBB) portion of the Master's in Transfusion Medicine program. The Master's in Transfusion Medicine is a collaboration between Marquette University and the BloodCenter of Wisconsin. The first 18 credits, consisting of the SBB program, are completed at the BloodCenter of Wisconin. An additional 21-22 credits are completed at Marquette University. Marquette University has no direct affiliation with the CAAHEP. The CAAHEP assessors and standards come from the American Association of Blood Banks (AABB). AABB does not conduct a seperate accreditation for CAAHEP; rather, CAAHEP relies on AABB to conduct the CAAHEP accreditation visit, but the accreditation comes from CAAHEP.http://www.caahep.org/
College of NursingWisconsin Board of NursingThe State of Wisconsin Board of Nursing certifies that Marquette University College of Nursing fulfilled the requirements for an accredited school of professional nursing leading to a baccalaureate degree. http://drl.wi.gov/profdetail.asp?pdetailid=2142&profid=46&locid=0
Law SchoolAssociation of American Law SchoolsJDhttp://www.aals.org
College of Health SciencesAmerican Physical Therapy AssociationMarquette, ProHealth Care, & Zablocki VA Medical Center Neurologic Residency Program (Credentialed)https://www.apta.org/
College of Health SciencesNational Strength and Conditioning AssociationExercise Physiology program; For successfully meeting established criteria, the National Strength and Conditioning Association officially recognizes Marquette University’s Program in Strength and Conditioning.http://www.nsca.com/Home/

Legal Disclosure

Marquette University does not discriminate in any manner contrary to law or justice on the basis of race, color, gender, age, sexual orientation, religion, disability, veteran's status or national origin in its educational programs or activities, including employment and admissions. At the same time, Marquette cherishes its right and duty to seek and retain personnel who will make a positive contribution to its religious character, goals, and mission in order to enhance the Jesuit, Catholic tradition. Federal laws (Titles VI, VII and IX; the Age Discrimination Act in Employment of 1967 as amended, the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 as amended, the Veteran’s Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974, and the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990) prohibit such discrimination.

Employee inquiries concerning the application of Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Section 402 of the Vietnam Era Veteran’s Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974 and Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 may be referred to the Office of Human Resources; Straz Tower; P.O. Box 1881; Milwaukee, WI 53201-1881; (414) 288-7305.

Student inquiries concerning Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 may be referred to the Office of Student Educational Services; Alumni Memorial Union; P.O. Box 1881; Milwaukee, WI 53201-1881; (414) 288-1645, V/T.

Student and employee inquiries concerning the application of Titles VI, VII, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, as amended, and Executive Order 11246, as amended, may be referred to the Affirmative Action Officer:  Straz Tower, P.O. Box 1881, Milwaukee, WI  53201-1881, (414) 288-3430. Student and employee inquiries concerning the application of Title IX may be referred to Marquette University’s Title IX Coordinator, a Deputy Title IX Coordinator or to the Office for Civil Rights. Specific contact information can be found on the Title IX website.

The Marquette University Board of Trustees approved the Affirmative Action Program, formalizing the university’s position toward human rights. This program reaffirms and specifies action programs to continue the pledge of promotion and equal opportunity for all qualified persons.

Written Agreements

As per Federal Financial Aid regulations, the following is a list of the entities with which Marquette University has a written agreement that enables Marquette students to broaden their educational experience.

Domestic Programs

Name Location Sponsoring Marquette Academic Unit Portion of the Program that is delivered by the Entity/Institution Method of Delivery Costs Students May be Expected to Incur
Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design (MIAD)Milwaukee, WICollege of CommunicationVarious; Fine Arts- Motion narrative minor 33-100%; Fine Arts- Graphic Design minor 100%; Fine Arts-Photography minor 100%; Fine Arts-Studio Art minor 83% In personStudents pay Marquette tuition for the MIAD courses; No additional tuition is charged; however, MIAD courses may have course-specific fees for supplies.
Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW)Wauwatosa, WIGraduate SchoolMaster's in Healthcare Technologies Management-33%; Master's in Bioinfomatics-up to 49%; Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering with Functional Imaging Specialization-40%; all other full-time Ph.D. students- up to 6 credits.In personStudents pay Marquette tuition; there are no additional costs to the students.
University of Wisconsin - MilwaukeeMilwaukee, WI Graduate SchoolUp to 6 credits.Iin person or on-line classes depending on meth od of delivery that UWM uses.Students pay Marquette tuition; there are no additional costs to the students.
The Blood Center of WisconsinMilwaukee, WIGraduate SchoolMS in Transfusion Medicine 18 out of 38-40 credits are awardedIn person$4,690.00 total for the entire 18 credits
General Electric (GE) Edison Systems Engineering ProgramWaukesha, WIGraduate SchoolMaster's in Electrical and Computer Engineering-30%; Master's in Biomedical Engineering-18-20%; Master's in Mechanical Engineering-18-20%In personNone; this training is required as part of the students' employment at GE.
General Electric (GE) Edison Healthcare Software Engineering ProgramBarrington, IL and Waukesha, WIGradaute SchoolMaster's in Computing-33-40%In personNone; this training is required as part of the students' employment at GE.
Genreal Electric (GE) Edison Aviation Engineering ProgramGrand Rapids, MIGraduate SchoolMaster's in Computing-33-40%In personNone; this training is required as part of the students' employment at GE.
Midwest Catholic Graduate SchoolsConsortium, which includes various locations *Graduate SchoolNo more than 6 credits.In person or online, depending on method of delivery that the host institution usesTuition is paid at the home institution; there are no additional costs to the students.
Jesuit Multilateral Agreement - Jesuit MBAParticipants are located throughout the United States **Graduate School of ManagementDepends on the timing of when a student transfers to the new institution; however, it will be less than 50%.It varies by school; most programs are in personStudents pay the tuition at the school into which they transferred; there are no additional costs to the students.
*

Loyola University Chicago (Chicago, IL); Marquette University (Milwaukee, WI); Notre Dame University (South Bend, IN); Saint Louis University (St. Louis, MI), and any of these institutions international locations.

**

Boston College; Canisius College; Creighton University; Fairfield University; Fordham University; Gonzaga University; John Carroll University; Loyola Marymount University; Loyola University Chicago; Loyola University Maryland; Loyola University New Orleans; Rockhurst University; Saint Joseph's University; Saint Louis University; Santa Clara University; Seattle University; University of Detroit Mercy; University of San Francisco; University of Scranton; and Xavier University.

Study Abroad Programs

Name Location Sponsoring Marquette Academic Unit Portion of the Program that is delivered by the Entity/Institution Method of Delivery Costs Students May be Expected to Incur
Monash UniversityMelbourne, AustraliaOffice of International EducationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$31,135 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
University of InnsbruckInnsbruck, AustriaCollege of Business AdministrationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$32,855 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Universiteit AntwerpenAntwerp, BelgiumCollege of Business AdministrationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$32,927 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Australian Catholic UniversitySydney, Brisbane and Melbourne; AustraliaOffice of International EducationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.Various$31,135 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Laval UniversityQuebec, CanadaOffice of International EducationStudents typically earn 6 credits in the summer term.In personVaries by session. Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Marquette en ChileSantiago, ChileOffice of International EducationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$28,770 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
BIT (Beijing Institute of Technology)Beijing, ChinaCollege of Business AdministrationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$29,285 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Peking UniversityBeijing, ChinaCollege of Business AdministrationStudents typically earn 3-9 credits in the summer term.In person$5,516 Varies by credit load. Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Peking University, Guanghua School of ManagementBeijing, ChinaCollege of Business AdministrationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$29,310 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
The Beijing Center for Chinese StudiesBeijing, ChinaOffice of International EducationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$26,120 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Tongji UniversityShanghai, ChinaCollege of Business AdministrationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$29,910 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Danish Institute for Study Abroad SessionCopenhagen, DenmarkOffice of International EducationStudents typically earn 3-10 credits in the summer term.VariousVaries by credit load; students pay the program directly. Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
University of CopenhagenCopenhagen, DenmarkOffice of International EducationFor graduate students only; Students earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 6-9 credits.In person$32,885 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
University of Southern DenmarkSonderborg, DenmarkCollege of Business AdministrationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$33,155 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
American University in CairoCairo, EgyptOffice of International EducationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$27,574 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
American University in CairoCairo, EgyptOffice of International EducationStudents typically earn 6 credits in the summer term.In person$9,371; students pay program directly. Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Casa de la SolidaridaSan Salvado, El SalvadorOffice of International EducationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$24,350 Additional information is found here:http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Casa de la SolidaridadSan Salvador, El SalvadorOffice of International EducationStudents typically earn 6 credits in the summer term.Various$6,511 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
University of BirminghamBirmingham, EnglandCollege of Business AdministrationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$27,720 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
University of KentCaterbury, EnglandOffice of International EducationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$28,999; students pay program directly. Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
City UniversityLondon, EnglandOffice of International EducationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$32,075 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Kings CollegeLondon, EnglandOffice of International EducationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$29,899 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Kings College Summer ProgramLondon, EnglandOffice of International EducationStudents typically earn 3-6 credits in the summer term.In personVaries by credit load; students pay program directly. Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
St. Mary's-TwickenhamLondon, EnglandOffice of International EducationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$29,169 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Eurpoean Summer Program at Lille Catholic UniversityLille, FranceOffice of International EducationStudents typically earn 5-9 credits in the summer term.In personVaries by credit load/subjects studied; students pay program directly. Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Universite Catholique de LilleLille, FranceOffice of International EducationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$27,434 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Universite Catholique de Lyon (ESDES)Lyon, FranceCollege of Business AdministrationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$32,990 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Universite Catholique de Lyon (ESDES)Lyon, FranceCollege of Business AdministrationStudents typically earn 6 credits in the summer term.In person$7,867 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Institut Catholique de ParisParis, FranceOffice of International EducationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$30,970 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Institut Catholique Paris Summer ProgramParis, FranceOffice of International EducationStudents typically earn 6-9 credits in the summer term.In personVaries by credit load/subjects studied; students pay program directly. Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Pole, ESGParis, FranceCollege of Business AdministrationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$33,440 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Sciences-PoParis, FranceOffice of International EducationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$32,934 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Universite de PoitiersPoitiers, FranceOffice of International EducationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$32,314 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
EM StrasbourgStrasbourg, FranceCollege of Business AdministrationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person $32,890 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
EM StrasbourgStrasbourg, FranceCollege of Business AdministrationStudents typically earn 7 credits in the summer term.In person$7,631 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
IIK DusseldorfDusseldorf, GermanyOffice of International EducationStudents typically earn 6-9 credits in the summer term.In person$5,012; students pay program directly. Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Catholic University of Eichstatt/IngolstadtEichstaett, GermanyCollege of Business AdministrationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$32,890 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Goethe UniversityFrankfurt, GermanyOffice of International EducationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$29,320 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Phillipps UniversitatMarburg, GermanyOffice of International EducationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$28,284 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Hong Kong Institute of EducationTai Po, Hong KongOffice of International EducationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$26,209 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Management Development InstituteGurgaon, IndiaCollege of Business AdministrationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$28,805 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
University College DublinDublin, IrelandOffice of International EducationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$31,649 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
University College Dublin NursingDublin, IrelandOffice of International EducationStudents typically earn 6 credits in the summer term.Various$10,347 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
National University of IrelandGalway, IrelandOffice of International EducationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$27,318 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
National University of Ireland, Galway Summer ProgramGalway, IrelandOffice of International EducationStudents typically earn 6 credits in the summer term.In person$6,401 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Gonzaga in Florence Summer ProgramFlorence, ItalyOffice of International EducationStudents typically earn 6 credits in the summer term.In person$12,407 students pay program directly. Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Gonzaga UniversityFlorence, ItalyOffice of International EducationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$32,187; students pay the program directly. Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Universita Cattolica del Sacro CuoreMilan, ItalyOffice of International EducationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$31,399; students pay program directly. Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Università Cattolica del Sacro CuoreMilan, ItalyOffice of International EducationStudents typically earn 3-9 credits in the summer term.VariousVaries by credit load; students pay the program directly. Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
John Cabot UniversityRome, ItalyOffice of International EducationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$32,124 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
John Cabot University Summer ProgramRome, ItalyOffice of International EducationStudents typically earn 3-12 credits in the summer term.In personVaries by credit load; students pay program directly. Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
John Felice Rome CenterRome, ItalyOffice of International EducationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$28,493 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Loyola Rome CenterRome, ItalyOffice of International EducationStudents typically earn 3-12 credits in the summer term.In personVaries by credit load; students pay program directly. Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Sophia UniversityTokyo, JapanOffice of International EducationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$30,249 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Sophia University Summer ProgramTokyo, JapanOffice of International EducationStudents typically earn 6 credits in the summer term.In person$4,266 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
AMIDEAST RabatAmman, JordanOffice of International EducationStudents typically earn 6-12 creadits in the summer term.VariousVaries by credit load; students pay the program directly. Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Universidad IberoamericanaMexico City, MexicoCollege of Business AdministrationStudents typically earn 3-6 credits in the summer term.In personVaries by credit load; students pay the program directly. Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Tecnologico de MonterreyVarious cities, MexicoOffice of International EducationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In personVaries by location. $26,038 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
AMIDEAST RabatRabat, MoroccoOffice of International EducationStudents typically earn 5 credits in the summer term.In person$6,979 (3 credits) or $11,279 (6 credits); students pay program directly. Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
South Africa Service Learning ProgramBellville, Republic of South AfricaOffice of International EducationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$26,810 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Sogang UniversitySeoul, South KoreaOffice of International EducationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$27,734 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Sogang University Summer ProgramSeoul, South KoreaOffice of International EducationStudents typically earn 6-9 credits in the summer term.In personVaries by credit load. Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
IQS-Universitat Ramon LlullBarcelona, SpainCollege of Business AdministrationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$32,945 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
ETEACordoba, SpainCollege of Business AdministrationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$33,045 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
ICADE Summer ProgramMadrid, SpainCollege of Business AdministrationStudents typically earn 6 credits in the summer term.In person$7,417 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Marquette en MadridMadrid, SpainOffice of International EducationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$21,733 (home stay) or$21,733 (Home stay) or $19,233 (Apartment) Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Universidad Pontifica Comillas, ICADEMadrid, SpainCollege of Business AdministrationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$32,995 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Universidad de DuestoSan Sebastian, SpainCollege of Business AdministrationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In person$32,995 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
Center for Education Abroad at Arcadia UniversityVarious locationsOffice of International EducationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In personVaried by program; students pay the program directly. Additional information is found here: http://arcadia.edu/abroad/
Center for Education Abroad at Arcadia UniversityVarious locationsOffice of International EducationStudents typically earn 3-9 credits in the summer term.In personVaries by program; students pay program directly. Additional information is found here: www.arcadia.edu/abroad/
ISU HessenVarious locationsOffice of International EducationStudents typically earn 6 credits in the summer term.In personVaries by location; students pay program directly. Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
NARETI Biomedical Engineering ExchangeVarious locationsOffice of International EducationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In personVaries by location. $28,717 Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
School for International Training (SIT)Various locationsOffice of International EducationStudents earn one semester's worth of credit, typically 12-18 credits.In personVaries by program; students pay program directly. Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml
School for International Training (SIT)Various locationsOffice of International EducationStudents typically earn 3-9 credits in the summer term.In personVaries by program; students pay program directly. Additional information is found here: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/where.shtml