'Interdisciplinary.' It’s learning that works across all disciplines, majors, or areas of study. It’s also the foundation of a UW-Green Bay education. We encourage you to take supplementary courses that complement your major area of study. Why? To make sure you do more than gain specific skills. Here, you will develop critical thinking, creative problem solving, and strong communication skills. Your future employers will be glad you did. At UW-Green Bay, "interdisciplinary" means all-around opportunity. Enroll today »
Major at a Glance: Music
The Music program is a leader in the performing arts at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay providing a musical education grounded in performance, historical, and cultural contexts. The program offers music courses to all University students to broaden their understanding and enjoyment of music as a fine art.
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Learning Opportunities From Faculty
UW–Green Bay is a place filled with culture and opportunities. Here, you will have the chance to expand your horizons and have once-in-a-lifetime experiences. A junior Human Biology major worked this year as a cardiac rehab assistant in a local clinic. A senior Human Development major received national attention for her research on first impressions. No matter your major, faculty will help guide you every step of the way.
Degrees That Fit You
UW–Green Bay is a place filled with culture and opportunity giving you the chance to expand your horizons and have once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Our Career Services staff can also help you search for jobs, build your résumé, utilize online resources, and receive graduate school information. They also plan events that allow you to interview with potential employers right on campus, bringing your future to you.
In an increasingly global workforce, university graduates must possess an international perspective. There is no better time of one’s life to acquire those skills than the college years, and there is no better way to experience cultures and traditions unique from the United States than by traveling. Each year hundreds of UW-Green Bay students distinguish themselves from peers by participating in a study abroad program.
It's Not Just What You Know But Who You Know
Many of our faculty share their own community and research experiences with their students. A student who worked with Natural and Applied Sciences faculty members on a biofuels project now has a full tuition scholarship to pursue a Ph.D. at UW-Madison. Our Career Services staff can also help you search for jobs, build your résumé, utilize online resources, and receive graduate school information. They also plan events that allow you to interview with potential employers right on campus — bringing your future to you.