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Austin E. Cofrin School of Business

What’s unique about the Business Administration major at UW-Green Bay?

PROOF OF QUALITY. Alumni surveys indicate that alumni perceive the Business Administration program very favorably, their program of study prepared them extremely well for their careers, the quality of the Business Administration faculty is "excellent," and they would definitely recommend the program to others.

GUIDANCE. Each student works with a faculty adviser to plan a program which meets the student's personal and professional goals.

DEDICATION. Faculty are committed to serving the needs of business and society and to providing an outstanding learning environment. Excellent teaching and high levels of student participation are valued. Upper-level classes frequently number fewer than 35 students, facilitating discussion and allowing close work with faculty.

APPLICATION. A distinctive feature of the program is that the majority of upper-level courses include a practical project component, offering the opportunity to apply the problem-solving theories and concepts learned in the classroom to real situations. Alumni say these experiences increase their value to employers and set them apart from traditional business program graduates.

MINOR DECISIONS. Some minors that work well with the Business Administration Major emphasis are Communication and the Arts, Communication Processes, Economics, Sociology, Music, Psychology, English, Human Development, and the Foreign Languages.

REAL EXPERIENCE. Extensive opportunities are available for students to meet business professionals and gain practical experience. Active student organizations support these efforts and help students to meet others with like interests. Faculty members encourage participation in the internship program, through which students learn while working in real business settings.

FOR YOUR OWN GOOD. You may not be aware of this, but Business Administration is one of the few programs here at UW-Green Bay that has a GPA requirement. For entrance into the program, students must have and maintain a 2.5 GPA or above.