Graduate Programs

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay offers a wide array of graduate programs at the master's and doctoral levels. Courses are offered in a range of delivery methods including face-to-face, evening, online and hybrid formats. Courses are taught by UW-Green Bay faculty with exceptional research and professional experience at an affordable price.

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Programs

With a wide variety of programs to choose from, UW-Green Bay has the online degree for you. 

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Cost

Affordability matters. Learn more about the cost of attending UW-Green Bay entirely online.

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Programs

Master's Programs

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Applied Biotechnology

With classes beginning January 2020, this program will prepare students for leadership roles in the growing biotechnology field with emphasis in the areas of Quality Assurance and Compliance, Business Management, or Research and Development.

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Applied Leadership for Teaching & Learning

Designed to help educators who are actively employed in PK-16 classrooms, and other education or businesses to obtain NBPTS certification and quality professional development.

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Athletic Training

This program provides students in Northeast Wisconsin an opportunity to obtain credentials as a certified athletic trainer.

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Data Science

Emerging as one of the fastest-growing professions of the 21th century, data science is in high demand in nearly every sector of the global economy.

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Environmental Science & Policy

A program that embodies UWGB’s long standing recognition as Eco U, providing masters student with the educational and research opportunities to impact our community and our world.

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Health and Wellness Management

Prepares student to develop and manage wellness programs in a variety of settings drawing on concepts from psychology, health, public administration, and management sciences.

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Management

The program is designed to prepare effective leaders and decision makers for the region's businesses, nonprofit organizations, and government agencies. A global outlook as well by partnering with KEDGE university in France.

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Nursing Leadership and Management

This program expands upon the knowledge and practical experiences of BSN-prepared nurses who seek management and leadership roles in healthcare systems and settings.

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Social Work

With a special emphasis on social justice, leadership, and advocacy, this program prepares students for advanced level professional practice in a wide range of social service careers.

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Sports, Exercise, and Performance Psychology

Starting Fall 2020, This two-year M.S. program prepares students to apply psychological knowledge and clinical approaches to optimize professional performance, with an emphasis on athletics and similar high-pressure industries. Classes are infused with a variety of hands-on and applied activities. Supervised practicum and internships are also offered.

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Sustainable Management

This online program prepares students for leadership roles in an economy where balancing the triple bottom line of people, planet, and profit is critical to an organization’s success.

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Executive Impact MBA

The Executive Impact MBA is an executive program that prepares working, experienced professionals to lead their organizations forward through the modern era of accelerating technology, disruptive business landscapes and growing social and environmental opportunities.

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Doctoral Degree

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First Nations Education

This EdD prepares leaders to integrate the principles and values of First Nations history, culture, sovereignty, and philosophy into educational, governmental, and non-profit organizations.

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Graduate Programs Coming Soon 

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M.S. in Nutrition & Integrated Health

With a tentative start date of Fall of 2021, this program combines an innovative curriculum and practicum experiences for those seeking advanced nutrition knowledge and careers as Registered Dietitians.

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Graduate Studies at UW-Green Bay

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Meet Mathew Dornbush

Mathew Dornbush is the Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and the Director of Graduate Studies at the UW-Green Bay. He provides leadership for the Office of Grants and Research, the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning, and the Office of Graduate Studies. Additionally, he has a lead role in promoting undergraduate student research and serves as a liaison to the University’s Institutional Research Board and Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee.

Mathew is also here to help! If you have any questions about Graduate Studies, please contact us!
 

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