Careers & Graduate Information
- Who should be a Business Administration major/minor
- What's unique about this major at UWGB
- Skills and abilities gained with this major
- What you can do with this major
- Graduate Information
- Further Information
UW-Green Bay's major and minor in Business Administration offer the skills and broad business background needed for a lifetime of opportunity. More than 90 percent of graduates typically gain employment in business, industry, government, and other fields, or enter graduate programs within six months of graduation. Many alumni of the program have become successful business leaders. Business students gain the breadth and depth required of today's business employees through their general education, major and minor courses.
The Business major is an interdisciplinary and problem-focused program comprised of three integrated elements: supporting, core and emphasis courses. The supporting and core courses provide breadth and introduce each student to the foundations of business knowledge, including communications, economics, statistics, computers, accounting, finance, management and marketing.
Each Business major extensively studies an area of emphasis and consists of courses designed to thoroughly prepare the student in a business specialization.