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The university's four-college model -- which includes the colleges of Arts and Humanities; Business, Economics, and Computing; Natural and Health Sciences; and Social Sciences and Professional Studies -- provides the structure and support necessary to implement and carry out the Parkside academic plan and lead the university to academic distinction within the UW System and southeastern Wisconsin.

We welcome you to learn more about our Colleges.

College of Arts & Humanities

The College of Arts & Humanities offers undergraduate programs in Art, Communication, English, Ethnic Studies, Liberal Studies, Modern Languages, Music, and Theatre Arts. The multi-disciplinary nature of the college allows for individual as well as collaborative educational initiatives. Each program provides students with theoretical foundations along with practical experience and skills.  Graduates are prepared for careers, leadership and citizenship in the fine arts and communication fields.

College of Business, Economics, and Computing

The College of Business, Economics, and Computing strives to provide the finest quality education that is responsive to the requirements of an ever-changing and diverse student body and prepares them for success in the rapidly changing global environment.  They are a positive force in the development of the community and region by educating graduates that are well-prepared to address the issues facing these constituencies.

College of Natural and Health Sciences

The College of Natural and Health Sciences emphasizes experiential learning opportunities through clinical settings, laboratories and field trips that are taken as part of many courses, as well as a rich array of internships and service learning opportunities.  The majors and minors offered by the departments in the college provide students with the opportunity to pursue their education as preparation to gain admission to graduate programs, professional schools, to become board certified nurses or athletic trainers and enter the workforce in a diverse array of professions.

College of Social Sciences and Professional Studies

The College of Social Sciences and Professional Studies brings together a diverse group of disciplines with a strong belief that it is important to promote both theoretical and practical knowledge in their various fields, developing knowledgeable and enlightened citizens for our future. The Institute of Professional Educator Development provides a challenging and innovative curriculum to prepare teachers for the 21st century classroom.

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