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UW-Green Bay is continually seeking out and supporting collaborative programs with other institutions to better serve UW-Green Bay students. Many of these programs/agreements have specific requirements so we’ve collected some online resources for your exploration, but feel free to call or email us if you have additional questions. We will steer you in the right direction! email@example.com 920.465.2111
Guaranteed Transfer Program with the University of Wisconsin Colleges
The state of Wisconsin has 13 two year campuses and one online college. There is a guaranteed transfer program for students who complete an associate’s degree from a UW-College and then transfers to UW-Green Bay. www.uwc.edu/transfer/guarantee
- Northeast Wisconsin Technical College
- Fox Valley Technical College
- Lakeshore Technical College
- Moraine Park Technical College
- College of the Menominee Nation
- Wisconsin Technical College and Programs
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Cooperative Programs with Bellin College
Bellin College offers a program that is designed to meet the needs of students who are interested in gaining their Bachelor of Science (BSN) degree in nursing. Bellin’s nursing program requires students to take general education courses as well as nursing courses. As a result, Bellin College works in conjunction with UW-Green Bay to meet the requirements necessary for a BSN degree.
UW-Green Bay fulfills the general education requirements which are highly concentrated in the first two years of Bellin’s program. Nursing courses are included in all four years of Bellin’s program. The freshman year has the main concentration of general education courses; however, preprofessional nursing courses are introduced at this time. In the sophomore year, students complete most of their general education courses at UW-Green Bay and the clinical aspect of nursing begins. The highest concentration of nursing courses are in the junior and senior years; nevertheless, some general education courses, which are offered at UW-Green Bay, remain in the curriculum for students to complete during their last two years in Bellin’s nursing program.
Students must be admitted to both Bellin College and UW-Green Bay. Bellin also offers a Radiologic Science Major. Detailed information about the competitive admissions policy is available by contacting Bellin College directly. For more information about the nursing program offered in conjunction with Bellin, please contact Bellin College www.bellincollege.edu, 3201 Eaton Road Green Bay, WI 54311, Green Bay, WI 54305; 920-433-6650.
Manufacturing Engineering Program (NWTC and UW-Stout)
Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (NWTC), the University of Wisconsin-Stout and the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay have teamed up to offer a Bachelor of Science degree in manufacturing engineering.
Students would attend NWTC for two years, transfer their credits to UW-Stout and complete their four-year degree at NWTC under guidance of UW-Stout instructors. Students would attend UW-Green Bay for just a few classes like chemistry, physics, calculus and geometry. Check out the news press release for more details.
Pre-Professional Engineering Program with UW-Milwaukee
UW-Green Bay provides solid preparation and numerous opportunities for those interested in beginning work toward an engineering degree.
The University has a cooperative program (the NEW Program) providing for direct, upper-level transfer into the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences at UW-Milwaukee. The two institutions also collaborate on a 3+2 dual-degree program in which a student can earn two bachelor’s degrees over five years of study: a bachelor’s in environmental science from UW-Green Bay and a bachelor’s in civil/environmental engineering from UW-Milwaukee. In addition to these options, a student at UW-Green Bay can also pursue pre-professional studies with the intent of transferring into an engineering program at an institution other than UW-Milwaukee. Check out additional details here.