What you'll learn as a business management major at UW-Platteville

With a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in management from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville, you can do just about anything. The objective of the B.B.A management 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 nonprofit, or seeking an international role, the management program is structured to accommodate you.

The business management major 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.

Although UW-Platteville offers one of the finest B.B.A. management programs in Wisconsin, it’s still one of the most affordable. At our school, you can get an outstanding business management degree that doesn’t cost a fortune. In addition to providing competitively priced tuition and fees, we also offer financial aid through various grants and loans. Likewise, there are scholarships available, whether you’re an incoming freshman, a continuing student, a branch campus student, or taking business management courses online.

Online and hybrid programs offer flexibility

The Bachelor of Business Administration degree in management can be completed in a traditional setting on campus or 100% online. A hybrid option is available at the Baraboo Sauk County campus. This flexibility makes us a top choice for a business management degree in Wisconsin.

B.B.A. in Management at Baraboo Sauk County

The B.B.A. in Management at Baraboo Sauk County, allows you to tailor your coursework to the specific needs that you will face in any business environment, and will include an internship. The hybrid degree includes face-to-face classes every semester at the Baraboo Sauk County campus, as well as the full range of core courses and electives through a student-determined mix of in-person and online courses from UW-Platteville.

If you are completing the Associate of Science in Business Administration degree from UW-Platteville at any of our campuses, you just need to work with your advisor to continue toward your Bachelor of Business Administration at Baraboo Sauk County.  Since these are already UW-Platteville credits, no transfer will be needed

Scholarships at Baraboo Sauk County

Students in this program will be eligible for all the Baraboo Sauk County campus programs. Discover opportunities like the BaraBOOST scholarships.

Careers in Management

As a business management major, you have a wide range of career paths to choose from. Occupations include:

  • Administrative services
  • Marketing managers
  • Compensation and benefits managers
  • Computer and information systems managers
  • Construction managers
  • Financial managers
  • HR managers
  • Sales managers

Discover by Doing

The Business Management degree at UW-Platteville is focused on experiential learning that connects your education to your future career.


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