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Ignite your career in less than two years.

Earn an advanced degree in business from the forward-thinking faculty at the Cofrin School of Business. Advance your career potential and skip the stress of test prep—no entrance exams are required. Imagine the future you deserve and build it at UW-Green Bay, Northeast Wisconsin’s leader in business education.

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You don’t have to stress about passing or paying for standardized tests – we don’t require them for admission.

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A study by CNBC showed professionals with a master’s degree in management earned 50% more than those with bachelor’s degrees.

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The MS Management at UW-Green Bay is one of the most affordable and accessible programs in the Midwest.

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Flexible & Convenient

A program that meets your needs.

Our master’s in management is built around your schedule. Classes are offered in-person and online to ensure that you can build new networks, work full time and still find time to study. The program is designed to be completed in two years, but the pace is really up to you – move at the pace you need to balance life, work and family.

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Cory Rouw, Associate Operations Coordinator/C.H. Robinson

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“I had my bachelor’s, but felt like there was still more to learn and I really loved the university. The Master of Science in Management program was a perfect fit. It was an easy way to transition into a graduate business program that made the most of the degree I had."

Cory Rouw '21
Associate Operations Coordinator/C.H. Robinson

Associate Dean, Rasoul Rezvanian

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If you have questions about our MS management program and want to know about how it can advance your career, ask Rasoul Rezvanian, the Associate Dean of the Cofrin School of Business.

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