With an online bachelor of business administration degree in management from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville, you can do just about anything. The objective of the program is to provide you with maximum flexibility in choosing the path that’s right for you. Whether it’s starting your own business, engaging in consulting, working for a large company or non-profit, or seeking an international role, the management program is structured to accommodate you.

The program begins with a wide base to familiarize you with all aspects of organizational management. From there, you’ll customize the remainder of the program based on your unique interests so that you’re ready to lead, innovate, and shape the future of whichever business you’re in.

With a curriculum that mixes research-informed practice with high-impact learning opportunities, you’ll gain the tools, practices, and strategies needed to drive success. The management program is about more than taking advantage of opportunity; instead, you’ll be the one creating it.


Credits may be accepted from all properly accredited four-year and two-year institutions recognized by the Council for Higher Education. Generally, a maximum of 72 credits will be accepted from two-year institutions. Transfer coursework from the Wisconsin Technical College System is limited to previously established articulation agreements. Credits not accepted for transfer include vocational or unapproved technical, remedial or doctrinal.

If you are transferring from a UW System institution with an Associate of Arts or Science, you will meet all of the university general education requirements. Review the other institutions that have transfer agreements that will meet general education requirements with UW-Platteville or plan which courses you can transfer with our transfer guides.

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To be considered for admission, you'll need:

  • High school diploma or have earned HSED/GED
  • Meet college prep course requirements
  • If under age 22, top 50 percent of graduating class and a composite score of 22 ACT/1110 SAT*

* New freshman are not required to submit an ACT or SAT to be reviewed for admission if applying for fall 2020 through spring 2025 terms. For students that choose to forgo the use of a test score as a part of their admission review, additional focus will be placed on the high school grade point average and course rigor throughout the high school record.

Home-schooled, transfer, and international students are encouraged to apply. For complete information, view the full admission requirements.


You may be eligible to receive one of the following scholarships.