College Profile: Cardinal Stritch University

 
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Cardinal Stritch University is a private Roman Catholic university located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It was founded in 1937 as St. Clare College by the Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi to train nuns as teachers. It was renamed Cardinal Stritch College in 1946 for Samuel Cardinal Stritch of Chicago, who was archbishop of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee during the 1930s. The institution became Cardinal Stritch University in 1997. In 1998, the university expanded to offer its first doctoral program. The university also has campuses located in Kenosha, Wisconsin, Edina, Minnesota, and an evening program in Rochester, Minnesota. Cardinal Stritch University's total enrollment for the 2007-2008 is about 6,994. Tuition for the 2008-2009 school year is $20,000, one of the lowest of the 20 independent colleges and universities in Wisconsin. About 82% of Stritch students benefit from scholarships, grants, work-study programs and loans.
 
6801 N Yates Rd
Milwaukee, WI
53217-3985
414-410-4000 (general)
414-410-4048 (financial aid)
414-410-4040 (admissions)
 
 
 

 

General Information
Other Names Stritch
Type Private not-for-profit, 4-year or above
Control Private not-for-profit
Size 1,000 - 4,999
Campus Setting Suburb: Large
Calendar System Semester
Title IV Eligibility Participates in Title IV federal financial aid programs
Relgious Affiliation Roman Catholic

College Student Services Offered
Yes Remedial ServicesYes Academic/career counseling service
Yes Employment services for studentsYes Placement services for completers
No On-campus day care for students' children   

College Special Learning Opportunities
No ROTCYes Distance learning opportunities
No ROTC: ArmyYes Study abroad
No ROTC: NavyYes Weekend/evening college
No ROTC: Air Force   

Sources: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES)
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Cardinal Stritch University Website
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Admissions Considerations & Recommendations
Open admission policy No
Admission test scores Required
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language Required

Applicants (most recent fall period)
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Admissions (most recent fall period)
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Percentage of Students Submitting Test Scores
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SAT Percentile Scores
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ACT Percentile Scores
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Percentage Receiving Financial Aid
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Average Amount of Financial Aid Received
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Average Tuition for Full-Time Undergraduates
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Average Tuition for Full-Time Graduates
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Comprehensive Fee for Full-Time Undergraduates
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Per Credit Hour Charge for Part-Time Undergraduates
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Per Credit Hour Charge for Part-Time Graduates
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Student Body
11,871 Student Body SizeYes On-Campus Housing
957 Fall Applicants387 Total Dormitory Capacity
403 Fall Admissions

Gender
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Ethnicity
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College Levels Offered
No Less than one year certificateNo One but less than two years certificate
Yes Associate's degreeNo Two but less than 4 years certificate
Yes Bachelor's degreeYes Postbaccalaureate certificate
Yes Master's degreeYes Post-master's certificate
Yes Doctor's degreeNo First-professional degree
No First-professional certificate

Degrees and Certifications
Associate of Science in Business (Associate Degree)
The Associate of Science with Concentration in Business degree program is a 64-credit, lower-division academic program, with 48 credits in major courses, designed for adult learners who wish to relate their practical career experience to business and management theory. It is designed to help students acquire skills and knowledge essential in the business world, while providing a strong background in liberal arts. The program introduces students to the basic structure of the business world. Business management topics covered include: oral and written communication; free enterprise; economics; government; law; accounting; and human resource management. Also included in the program sequence are liberal arts courses covering environmental science, mathematics, and humanities. The core curriculum is structured sequentially, with students taking one course at a time. Courses involve four-hour class sessions once a week, generally for five weeks. Participants also form study groups made up of three to five students who meet outside of class to work on assigned individual and group projects.
Associate of Science in Business (Associate Degree)
The Associate of Science with Concentration in Business degree program is a 64-credit, lower-division academic program, with 48 credits in major courses, designed for adult learners who wish to relate their practical career experience to business and management theory. It is designed to help students acquire skills and knowledge essential in the business world, while providing a strong background in liberal arts. The program introduces students to the basic structure of the business world. Business management topics covered include: oral and written communication; free enterprise; economics; government; law; accounting; and human resource management. Also included in the program sequence are liberal arts courses covering environmental science, mathematics, and humanities. The core curriculum is structured sequentially, with students taking one course at a time. Courses involve four-hour class sessions once a week, generally for five weeks. Participants also form study groups made up of three to five students who meet outside of class to work on assigned individual and group projects.
Associate of Science in Business (Associate Degree)
The Associate of Science with Concentration in Business degree program is a 64-credit, lower-division academic program, with 48 credits in major courses, designed for adult learners who wish to relate their practical career experience to business and management theory. It is designed to help students acquire skills and knowledge essential in the business world, while providing a strong background in liberal arts. The program introduces students to the basic structure of the business world. Business management topics covered include: oral and written communication; free enterprise; economics; government; law; accounting; and human resource management. Also included in the program sequence are liberal arts courses covering environmental science, mathematics, and humanities. The core curriculum is structured sequentially, with students taking one course at a time. Courses involve four-hour class sessions once a week, generally for five weeks. Participants also form study groups made up of three to five students who meet outside of class to work on assigned individual and group projects.
Associate of Science in Business (Associate Degree)
The Associate of Science with Concentration in Business degree program is a 64-credit, lower-division academic program, with 48 credits in major courses, designed for adult learners who wish to relate their practical career experience to business and management theory. It is designed to help students acquire skills and knowledge essential in the business world, while providing a strong background in liberal arts. The program introduces students to the basic structure of the business world. Business management topics covered include: oral and written communication; free enterprise; economics; government; law; accounting; and human resource management. Also included in the program sequence are liberal arts courses covering environmental science, mathematics, and humanities. The core curriculum is structured sequentially, with students taking one course at a time. Courses involve four-hour class sessions once a week, generally for five weeks. Participants also form study groups made up of three to five students who meet outside of class to work on assigned individual and group projects.
Associate of Science in Business (Associate Degree)
The Associate of Science with Concentration in Business degree program is a 64-credit, lower-division academic program, with 48 credits in major courses, designed for adult learners who wish to relate their practical career experience to business and management theory. It is designed to help students acquire skills and knowledge essential in the business world, while providing a strong background in liberal arts. The program introduces students to the basic structure of the business world. Business management topics covered include: oral and written communication; free enterprise; economics; government; law; accounting; and human resource management. Also included in the program sequence are liberal arts courses covering environmental science, mathematics, and humanities. The core curriculum is structured sequentially, with students taking one course at a time. Courses involve four-hour class sessions once a week, generally for five weeks. Participants also form study groups made up of three to five students who meet outside of class to work on assigned individual and group projects.
Associate of Science in Business (Associate Degree)
The Associate of Science with Concentration in Business degree program is a 64-credit, lower-division academic program, with 48 credits in major courses, designed for adult learners who wish to relate their practical career experience to business and management theory. It is designed to help students acquire skills and knowledge essential in the business world, while providing a strong background in liberal arts. The program introduces students to the basic structure of the business world. Business management topics covered include: oral and written communication; free enterprise; economics; government; law; accounting; and human resource management. Also included in the program sequence are liberal arts courses covering environmental science, mathematics, and humanities. The core curriculum is structured sequentially, with students taking one course at a time. Courses involve four-hour class sessions once a week, generally for five weeks. Participants also form study groups made up of three to five students who meet outside of class to work on assigned individual and group projects.
Associate of Science in Business (Associate Degree)
The Associate of Science with Concentration in Business degree program is a 64-credit, lower-division academic program, with 48 credits in major courses, designed for adult learners who wish to relate their practical career experience to business and management theory. It is designed to help students acquire skills and knowledge essential in the business world, while providing a strong background in liberal arts. The program introduces students to the basic structure of the business world. Business management topics covered include: oral and written communication; free enterprise; economics; government; law; accounting; and human resource management. Also included in the program sequence are liberal arts courses covering environmental science, mathematics, and humanities. The core curriculum is structured sequentially, with students taking one course at a time. Courses involve four-hour class sessions once a week, generally for five weeks. Participants also form study groups made up of three to five students who meet outside of class to work on assigned individual and group projects.
Associate of Science in Business (Associate Degree)
The Associate of Science with Concentration in Business degree program is a 64-credit, lower-division academic program, with 48 credits in major courses, designed for adult learners who wish to relate their practical career experience to business and management theory. It is designed to help students acquire skills and knowledge essential in the business world, while providing a strong background in liberal arts. The program introduces students to the basic structure of the business world. Business management topics covered include: oral and written communication; free enterprise; economics; government; law; accounting; and human resource management. Also included in the program sequence are liberal arts courses covering environmental science, mathematics, and humanities. The core curriculum is structured sequentially, with students taking one course at a time. Courses involve four-hour class sessions once a week, generally for five weeks. Participants also form study groups made up of three to five students who meet outside of class to work on assigned individual and group projects.
Associate of Science in Business (Associate Degree)
The Associate of Science with Concentration in Business degree program is a 64-credit, lower-division academic program, with 48 credits in major courses, designed for adult learners who wish to relate their practical career experience to business and management theory. It is designed to help students acquire skills and knowledge essential in the business world, while providing a strong background in liberal arts. The program introduces students to the basic structure of the business world. Business management topics covered include: oral and written communication; free enterprise; economics; government; law; accounting; and human resource management. Also included in the program sequence are liberal arts courses covering environmental science, mathematics, and humanities. The core curriculum is structured sequentially, with students taking one course at a time. Courses involve four-hour class sessions once a week, generally for five weeks. Participants also form study groups made up of three to five students who meet outside of class to work on assigned individual and group projects.
Associate of Science in Business (Associate Degree)
The Associate of Science with Concentration in Business degree program is a 64-credit, lower-division academic program, with 48 credits in major courses, designed for adult learners who wish to relate their practical career experience to business and management theory. It is designed to help students acquire skills and knowledge essential in the business world, while providing a strong background in liberal arts. The program introduces students to the basic structure of the business world. Business management topics covered include: oral and written communication; free enterprise; economics; government; law; accounting; and human resource management. Also included in the program sequence are liberal arts courses covering environmental science, mathematics, and humanities. The core curriculum is structured sequentially, with students taking one course at a time. Courses involve four-hour class sessions once a week, generally for five weeks. Participants also form study groups made up of three to five students who meet outside of class to work on assigned individual and group projects.
Associate of Science in Business (Associate Degree)
The Associate of Science with Concentration in Business degree program is a 64-credit, lower-division academic program, with 48 credits in major courses, designed for adult learners who wish to relate their practical career experience to business and management theory. It is designed to help students acquire skills and knowledge essential in the business world, while providing a strong background in liberal arts. The program introduces students to the basic structure of the business world. Business management topics covered include: oral and written communication; free enterprise; economics; government; law; accounting; and human resource management. Also included in the program sequence are liberal arts courses covering environmental science, mathematics, and humanities. The core curriculum is structured sequentially, with students taking one course at a time. Courses involve four-hour class sessions once a week, generally for five weeks. Participants also form study groups made up of three to five students who meet outside of class to work on assigned individual and group projects.
Associate of Science in Business (Associate Degree)
The Associate of Science with Concentration in Business degree program is a 64-credit, lower-division academic program, with 48 credits in major courses, designed for adult learners who wish to relate their practical career experience to business and management theory. It is designed to help students acquire skills and knowledge essential in the business world, while providing a strong background in liberal arts. The program introduces students to the basic structure of the business world. Business management topics covered include: oral and written communication; free enterprise; economics; government; law; accounting; and human resource management. Also included in the program sequence are liberal arts courses covering environmental science, mathematics, and humanities. The core curriculum is structured sequentially, with students taking one course at a time. Courses involve four-hour class sessions once a week, generally for five weeks. Participants also form study groups made up of three to five students who meet outside of class to work on assigned individual and group projects.
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (Bachelor Degree)
The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration program is a 41-credit, upper division academic program designed for adult learners who wish to relate their practical career experience to business and management theory. The program has a particular emphasis on technical and quantitative skills in addition to management science, and provides an effective balance of theory and practical application. The curriculum is designed to enable students to work effectively in a business environment that has become increasingly more complex. Students immediately use on-the-job skills they learn in the classroom. Included are courses in the following areas: accounting, finance and financial administration; statistics, management and planning; marketing; business law; management information systems; economics; and business ethics. The core curriculum is structured sequentially, with students taking one course at a time. Courses involve four-hour class sessions once a week, usually for five weeks. Participants also form study groups made up of three to five students who meet outside of class for four hours on a weekly basis to work on assigned individual and group projects. At the end of the course sequence, students are required to complete a capstone course that integrates material from all of the previous course work through a focus on strategic management and includes the completion of a major paper addressing an issue, problem, or concern in the student?s work environment. Students obtain the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree by using the above business administration courses to build upon other traditional and non-traditional learning experiences. A minimum of 128 undergraduate credits is required for the BSBA degree.
Bachelor of Science in Human Services Management (Bachelor Degree)
The Bachelor of Science in Human Services Management is a 41-credit, upper division, academic program designed for adult learners who wish to relate their practical career experience to business and management theory. The program places special emphasis on developing the knowledge and skills essential for the management of human services whether in the not-for-profit or for-profit organization. Providing a wide-ranging and detailed foundation in the management of human services organizations, the program offers coursework in the following areas: management and supervision, legal and ethical issues, community resources development, communications and grant writing, human resources, finance and budgeting, marketing and fundraising, statistics, and strategy. The core curriculum is structured sequentially, with students taking one course at a time in the designed sequence. By combining academic learning with community service projects, the program allows for service-learning opportunities in which students can apply concepts learned in their courses to practice. At the end of the course sequence, students are required to complete a Capstone Course which integrates material from all of the previous coursework through a focus on strategy. Students obtain the Bachelor of Science in Human Services Management degree by using the management core to build upon other traditional and non-traditional learning experiences. A minimum of 128 undergraduate credits is required for the BS-HSM degree.
Bachelor of Science in Human Services Management (Bachelor Degree)
The Bachelor of Science in Human Services Management is a 41-credit, upper division, academic program designed for adult learners who wish to relate their practical career experience to business and management theory. The program places special emphasis on developing the knowledge and skills essential for the management of human services whether in the not-for-profit or for-profit organization. Providing a wide-ranging and detailed foundation in the management of human services organizations, the program offers coursework in the following areas: management and supervision, legal and ethical issues, community resources development, communications and grant writing, human resources, finance and budgeting, marketing and fundraising, statistics, and strategy. The core curriculum is structured sequentially, with students taking one course at a time in the designed sequence. By combining academic learning with community service projects, the program allows for service-learning opportunities in which students can apply concepts learned in their courses to practice. At the end of the course sequence, students are required to complete a Capstone Course which integrates material from all of the previous coursework through a focus on strategy. Students obtain the Bachelor of Science in Human Services Management degree by using the management core to build upon other traditional and non-traditional learning experiences. A minimum of 128 undergraduate credits is required for the BS-HSM degree.
Bachelor of Science in Management (Bachelor Degree)
The Bachelor of Science in Management program is a 41-credit, upper division academic program designed for adult learners who wish to relate their practical career experience to business and management theory. The program has a special emphasis on the knowledge and skills essential for the management of human resources in private and public organizations. Providing a comprehensive, practical background in the social and management sciences, the program provides course work in the following areas: oral and written communications; leadership, human resources management, organizational behavior and business ethics; management information systems, statistics, and marketing; and financial planning and control. The core curriculum is structured sequentially, with students taking one course at a time. Courses involve four-hour class sessions once a week, usually for five weeks. Participants also form study groups made up of three to five students who meet outside of class for four hours on a weekly basis to work on assigned individual and group projects. At the end of the program, students complete a capstone course that integrates material from the previous course work through a focus on strategic organizational leadership and includes the completion of a major paper addressing an issue, problem, or concern in the student?s work environment. Students obtain a Bachelor of Science in Management degree by using the management core to build upon other traditional and non-traditional learning experiences. A total of 128 undergraduate credits is required for the BSM degree.
Bachelor of Science in Management (Bachelor Degree)
The Bachelor of Science in Management program is a 41-credit, upper division academic program designed for adult learners who wish to relate their practical career experience to business and management theory. The program has a special emphasis on the knowledge and skills essential for the management of human resources in private and public organizations. Providing a comprehensive, practical background in the social and management sciences, the program provides course work in the following areas: oral and written communications; leadership, human resources management, organizational behavior and business ethics; management information systems, statistics, and marketing; and financial planning and control. The core curriculum is structured sequentially, with students taking one course at a time. Courses involve four-hour class sessions once a week, usually for five weeks. Participants also form study groups made up of three to five students who meet outside of class for four hours on a weekly basis to work on assigned individual and group projects. At the end of the program, students complete a capstone course that integrates material from the previous course work through a focus on strategic organizational leadership and includes the completion of a major paper addressing an issue, problem, or concern in the student?s work environment. Students obtain a Bachelor of Science in Management degree by using the management core to build upon other traditional and non-traditional learning experiences. A total of 128 undergraduate credits is required for the BSM degree.
Bachelor of Science in Strategic Management Information Systems (Bachelor Degree)
The Bachelor of Science in Strategic Management of Information Systems (BS-SMIS) is a 44-credit, upper-division, academic program designed for adult learners who wish to relate their practical, technical career experience to business and management theory. The program emphasizes the strategies involved in managing technology and the information it generates. The program includes courses which provide a basic management foundation, including such areas as critical thinking, management and leadership, statistics, economics, and an introduction to management information systems. Courses such as project management, legal and ethical issues, and marketing provide an introduction to the general environment of information systems in business, while courses in database management, enterprise resource planning, and systems analysis and design provide a more in-depth focus on specific strategies. The core curriculum is structured so that students take one course at a time in a designated sequence. At the end of the course sequence, students are required to complete a Capstone Course which integrates material from all of the previous coursework and apply it to a real-world challenge or opportunity. A minimum of 128 undergraduate credits is required for the BS-SMIS degree.
Bachelor of Science in Strategic Management Information Systems (Bachelor Degree)
The Bachelor of Science in Strategic Management of Information Systems (BS-SMIS) is a 44-credit, upper-division, academic program designed for adult learners who wish to relate their practical, technical career experience to business and management theory. The program emphasizes the strategies involved in managing technology and the information it generates. The program includes courses which provide a basic management foundation, including such areas as critical thinking, management and leadership, statistics, economics, and an introduction to management information systems. Courses such as project management, legal and ethical issues, and marketing provide an introduction to the general environment of information systems in business, while courses in database management, enterprise resource planning, and systems analysis and design provide a more in-depth focus on specific strategies. The core curriculum is structured so that students take one course at a time in a designated sequence. At the end of the course sequence, students are required to complete a Capstone Course which integrates material from all of the previous coursework and apply it to a real-world challenge or opportunity. A minimum of 128 undergraduate credits is required for the BS-SMIS degree.
Certificate in Contemporary Team Management (Certificate Program)
No description available.
Certificate in Human Resource Management (Certificate Program)
The Certificate in Human Resource Management (CHRM) program addresses issues that the HR employee faces daily, from legal matters to staff recruitment and development. It is designed for those who have functional responsibility to carry out the duties of an organization?s human resource department: seasoned HR staff members wishing to keep current; newcomers to the field requiring new knowledge and skills; or specialists wanting to broaden their knowledge base. The program focuses on practical applications and techniques associated with the principles of human resource management. Students in this program will learn practical solutions to critical issues that impact the workplace every day.
Certificate in Human Resource Management (Certificate Program)
The Certificate in Human Resource Management (CHRM) program addresses issues that the HR employee faces daily, from legal matters to staff recruitment and development. It is designed for those who have functional responsibility to carry out the duties of an organization?s human resource department: seasoned HR staff members wishing to keep current; newcomers to the field requiring new knowledge and skills; or specialists wanting to broaden their knowledge base. The program focuses on practical applications and techniques associated with the principles of human resource management. Students in this program will learn practical solutions to critical issues that impact the workplace every day.
Certificate in Project Management (Certificate Program)
The Certificate in Project Management program responds to the needs of a workforce which faces many changes as companies and organizations become flatter, and the use of cross-functional teams and project managers replace the traditional hierarchical structures. The target audience for this program ranges from First Line Managers to Technical Managers, Project Team Leaders, and those involved in engineering, production, human resources, or other complex business projects. The program is a six-course, 18-credit sequence that emphasizes both qualitative and quantitative knowledge and skills. The program uses Microsoft Project as the basic software. Because the skills in this program build upon each other in sequence, students must take the courses in the order presented.

All Academic Programs
 
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