What courses does UW Madison offer?

What courses does UW Madison offer?


  • Accounting and Information Systems (ACCT I S)
  • Actuarial Science (ACT SCI)
  • African Cultural Studies (AFRICAN)
  • Afro-American Studies (AFROAMER)
  • Agricultural and Applied Economics (A A E)
  • Agroecology (AGROECOL)
  • Agronomy (AGRONOMY)
  • Air Force Aerospace Studies (A F AERO)

How many courses are offered at UW Madison?

The numbers: 9,000-plus courses; 200-plus undergraduate majors and certificates; 250-plus master’s, doctoral, and professional programs; 2,000-plus faculty experts.

How do I register for classes at UW Madison?

Anyone with a UW–Madison NetID can explore classes using the Course Search & Enroll app.

  1. Students: Log in at Select the Academic Navigator widget, then select the Course Search & Enroll widget.
  2. Search for classes. Keyword.
  3. Save Course.
  4. Choose sections.
  5. Wait list.
  6. Enroll.

How many students attend UW Madison?

43,820 (2017)
University of Wisconsin-Madison/Total enrollment

Can I get into Madison with a 3.7 GPA?

Is a 3.7 good? Yes, a 3.7 is significantly above the the average U.S. high school GPA of 3.0 and demonstrates that you’ve received A’s and a few B’s in most of your classes. While a 3.7 is a bit low for very highly selective colleges, it gives you a strong chance at many of the more selective schools in the U.S.

How many students at UW Madison?

Founded in 1848, University of Wisconsin–Madison is the largest university in the state, and the flagship of the UW System, with a total enrollment of approximately 43,000 students, of whom approximately 32,000 are undergraduates.

How large is the University of Wisconsin Madison campus?

University of Wisconsin-Madison is a public institution that was founded in 1848. It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 32,196, its setting is city, and the campus size is 936 acres.

What is the University of Wisconsin called?

The University of Wisconsin–Madison (also known as University of Wisconsin, Wisconsin, UW, regionally as UW–Madison, or simply Madison) is a public research university in Madison, Wisconsin.