General Education Program
As part of any degree, all UWGB students complete forty-two general education credits to strengthen academic skills, broaden intellectual horizons, develop and explore new academic interests, reflect on personal values and build a foundation for future course work and lifelong learning. In addition to providing breadth of knowledge, the general education program is designed to enhance students’ ability to solve problems, think critically and communicate effectively. Students take credits in six broad domains: fine arts, humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, ethnic studies and world culture.
Bachelor of Arts
Features a major in Interdisciplinary Studies, offering flexibility for adult students to focus their degree on the area that is most valuable to them and to employers, while offering coursework in convenient formats for working adults.
Bachelor of Applied Studies
Also featuring the Interdisciplinary Studies major, this degree is designed to help those with applied associate degrees from a Wisconsin Technical College or from other regionally-accredited schools, in-state or out-of-state, complete a bachelor’s degree. Coursework is offered in convenient formats for working adults.
Bachelor of Business Administration
Features a major in Business Administration, in addition to the extensive study of a specific area of emphasis, including: Finance, Marketing, Human Resource Management, and General Management. Coursework is offered at convenient times and in flexible formats for working adults.
Associate of Arts and Sciences Degree
This degree option uses all of your previously earned General Education credits and helps you to focus your degree with the same Areas of Emphasis and the B.A. and B.A.S. degrees. This option offers a shorter path to your degree. Contact us right away to have us conduct a quick review of your transcript. You may have already met the requirements for this degree!
Areas of Emphasis