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Blaze a new trail or pursue your passions from nearly 200 majors, minors and programs. UW-Green Bay, Sheboygan Campus is proud to provide diverse learning opportunities for students.

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Explore Your Options

We're here to teach all who wish to learn. Whether you're aiming for an associates, pursuing a bachelor's degree, earning college credit in high school or Continuing Professional Education, we have options for you at UW-Green Bay, Sheboygan Campus!

Bachelor’s Degrees

UW-Green Bay, Sheboygan Campus students have options for pursuing a bachelor’s degree. These options include:

In addition, there are many exciting major and minor programs available at the Green Bay campus, where students can seamlessly complete their degrees. Explore your options.

Associate of Arts and Sciences Degree (AAS)

This broad-based liberal arts degree is a great option for students who are exploring their interests. The AAS degree prepares students with general education credits that can be used to pursue a bachelor’s degree in more than 200 programs. This degree is also offered in an accelerated format for students who are already working and looking for expedited professional growth. See available course options.

Planning to Transfer

Some students plan to transfer to another Universities of Wisconsin university as part of their educational path. To transfer their coursework, students at UW-Green Bay, Sheboygan Campus can participate in the Universities of Wisconsin Guaranteed Transfer Program.

Continuing Professional Education

We are focused on the mission of creating professional development and customized training to meet the needs of a progressive economy. Unlock your potential as we create opportunities to develop, collaborate and execute responsive solutions for diverse communities statewide. Learn more.

Contacts: Manitowoc & Sheboygan: Melissa Betke,, 920-663-7337

Opportunities for High School Students

There are many opportunities for high school students to take UW-Green Bay dual credit courses, either at their high school, on campus, or online. Learn more about options for high school students.

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