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University of Wisconsin - Madison

Location

Madison , WI
United States
University Setting 
Urban
Coop 
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Undergraduate Population 
29,302
Tuition In State/Country 
$10,410
Tuition Out of State/Country 
$26,660
Room and Board 
$8,600
Accredited Programs 
Biological Systems Engineering (BS)
Biomedical Engineering (BS)
Chemical Engineering (BS)
Civil Engineering (BS)
Computer Engineering (BS)
Electrical Engineering (BS)
Engineering Mechanics (BS)
Geological Engineering (BS)
Industrial Engineering (BS)
Materials Science and Engineering (BS)
Mechanical Engineering (BS)
Nuclear Engineering (BS)

Engineering Majors

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