Do you want your future to include working with interesting people,
being part of a team, solving problems in a fast-paced environment?
Ever thought of starting your own business, or working with big
business in a global economy? Do you like to work with computers?
If these are among your career interests, consider a bachelor of science degree in business management from the University of Wisconsin-Parkside.
The Department of Business offers quality education - taught by professors who regularly interact with the business community - and is up to date with the rapid changes in the global environment.
Employers and alumni have helped design the performance objectives for the Department of Business, ensuring a high-quality education. Because of its close interaction with the business community and excellent faculty/academic staff, all Department of Business programs are accredited by the prestigious AACSB International.
Choose from five concentrations within the degree: accounting, finance, human resource management, general business, and marketing. International studies, modern languages, economics and communication courses can lead to a dual major or major/minor combination, adding value to your business degree. In your first two years of study, you will take courses in humanities, art, social and behavioral sciences and natural sciences. These courses will offer you a wide range of experience in addition to your business studies.
You will also be able to take courses in Business, Management and Statistics and Quantitative Methods.
We're more than just a place to take business courses. Our growing internship program gives students a real taste of the business world. Internships match students with area companies such as S. C. Johnson Wax, Case Corporation, Ganton Technologies, Abbott Laboratories and Snap-on Inc., providing academic credit and practical experience. Outside the classroom, you'll also find professional clubs designed to combine fun with learning, including the Accounting Club and the Society for Human Resource Management. Student groups have field trips, guest speakers, and fund-raisers.
Your business degree will help you find a job leading to a career in business management. Department of Business graduates hold good jobs in marketing, computer networks and systems, corporate finance, investment, industry, government and non-profit organizations, in all prominent organizations in the region.