Earn Your Degree At A Leading Business School in Wisconsin
The School of Business at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville offers the opportunity to specialize in your area of interest, learn technical skills, gain industry insight, and understand the professional practices that will make you more competitive in the global marketplace. Business degree programs are comprised of a robust business core that is augmented with advanced study in the major that you choose. Whether you are pursuing your undergraduate or master's degree, we’ll help you develop the core skills to be successful and advance in your profession. Each of our programs focuses on application that is supported by innovative decision making. You will not only learn the tools and framework commonly taught in business colleges, but also how to explore opportunities and rethink problems to find new ways to approach them.
Online programs offer flexible options
UW-Platteville offers business degrees to fit your needs and lifestyle. All degrees except for professional sales are offered on campus or online. Achieve your goals and learn from the same expert professors while taking courses online.
Careers in Business
In the School of Business, you have a wide range of career paths to choose from, with jobs such as:
- Human resource manager
- Sales manager
- Project manager
- Supply chain manager
- Budget analyst
Discover by Doing
Students in a human resources class recently practiced labor negotiations, which is one of the many examples of how the School of Business at UW-Platteville is focused on experiential learning that connects your education to your future career.
The School of Business provides a wide range of undergraduate business degree programs, from the Associate of Science in Business Administration to our diverse bachelor of business administration degrees, to meet our students’ and employer-partners’ needs. These undergraduate programs are focused on three core principles: flexibility, access, and engagement.
Flexibility: Many of our programs are offered in multiple formats so that students can balance their academic studies with the many competing demands on their time, as they earn a business degree.
Access: We see value in building students’ business competence from day one, which is part of what sets us apart as a top business school in Wisconsin. You will start taking business coursework in your first semester rather than starting in your junior year like other institutions require. This shortens your time-to-degree and allows you to earn additional credentials along the way.
Engagement: We recognize that classroom learning is only part of the equation. As a student of UW-Platteville’s School of Business, you’ll be able to join and ultimately assume a leadership role in one of our student organizations. The organizations provide additional opportunities to connect with employers, apply learning to real projects with real companies, and receive additional mentorship from the faculty, making UW-Platteville a smart investment for earning a business degree in Wisconsin.
Graduate programs within the School of Business emphasize a precise blend of technical and leadership skill development, allowing our graduates to advance in their organizations or serve as subject matter experts in their discipline. Many of our alumni present at regional, national, and international conferences on a regular basis. Faculty for the graduate programs are carefully chosen based on their combination of academic credentials and professional experiences, ensuring that you are learning from people who understand both the theory and practice as it occurs in organizations.
Each program is designed for working professionals and offers all business classes online. Our history as a leader in distance education sets us apart from a typical business university. With our first distance course offerings in the 1960s and our first online offerings in the 1990s, UW-Platteville enjoys a history of excellence in the field of distance learning and is proud to be among the best business schools in Wisconsin.
Whether you choose to pursue a business major or minor, and whether you take business classes online or on campus, you will need to complete general education requirements and business courses designed to prepare you for future career success. Some of the courses you can expect to complete for your business degree include:
- Business Communication
- Financial Accounting
- Global Business
- Introduction to Marketing
- Leadership and Management
- Management Accounting