Austin E. Cofrin

School of Business

Overview


Find the program that best fits your career interests. Within the School of Business, you can choose from the following areas:
 

Graduate Programs

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s School of Business offers a Master's of Management program as a 10-course/30-credit program that fits the needs of the working professional. The program can be completed in three years and has a core set of courses that provide students with a strong foundation for effective decision-making.
Convenient scheduling is one of the program's key advantages. Master's of Management courses are offered to accommodate full-time workers and address their real-world needs.

Master of Science in Management
 

Undergraduate Majors and Minors

The Bachelor’s Degree program within the School of Business is an engaging program that prepares our graduates for the business world. Our small classes allow all students to receive personalized support while being exposed to and challenged with current business issues.

Accounting Major or Minor
Business Administration Major or Minor
 
Emphasis Areas for Business Administration Major:
  • Business Analysis
  • Finance
  • General Business (all online courses designed for working adults)
  • Human Resource Management
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Supply Chain Management

International Business Minor
 

Associate Degree

The Associate of Arts and Science Degree allows students to earn a degree with exactly half of the credits needed to complete the four-year degree. Once the requirements for the Associate’s degree have been completed, you will have earned a degree, in case life situations interrupt your academic progress. So instead of stopping half way in the Business major, you now have an earned degree. You can continue with the requirements of the four-year Business degree if you so choose.

Associate of Arts and Science
 

Certificate

A certificate in Professional Accounting provides a cohesive course plan for students entering professional accounting careers. In addition to possessing strong technical skills, successful accountants must be able to communicate effectively and relate to people. Earning a recognized certification provides professional credibility and enhances the marketability of your degree. Certificate requirements emphasize communications, people skills and real world experience. The certificate is not the equivalent of a professional license but would meet the requirements to sit for the CPA exam in the state of Wisconsin including the 150 credit hours requirement.

Certificate of Professional Accounting