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Academics

UW-Green Bay, Sheboygan Campus is proud to provide diverse learning opportunities for students including:
 
Associate of Arts and Sciences Degree
This program is design to prepare you to compete your bachelor’s degree in more that 200 majors and programs. The AAS degree requests you to complete 60 credits, and typically fulfills the first two years of general education requirements for a regionally accredited bachelor’s degree program. With a variety of general studies courses available, students can take classes that match their interests and career goals. 
See available course options.

Accelerated Degree | Associate of Arts and Sciences (AAS)
For students who are already working and looking for a customized degree program with built-in flexibility and personalized coaching, specially designed to expedite professional growth, while making it possible to manage work, family and home, the Accelerated Degree could be a good fit. Available in key areas of emphasis. Learn more
 
Bachelor’s Degrees
UW-Green Bay, Sheboygan Campus students have options when it comes to pursuing a bachelor's degree.  Select bachelor programs will be offered on the Sheboygan campus beginning Fall 2020. These programs 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.‚Äč

Planning to transfer?
Some students plan to transfer to another UW System university as a part of their educational path. Students at UW-Green Bay, Sheboygan Campus can participate in the UW System Guaranteed Transfer Program to transfer their coursework. For additional questions about this program, please contact 920-459-6633.

Continuing Professional Education 
Focused on the mission of creating professional development and customized training to meet the needs of a progressive economy. Developing, collaborating and executing responsive solutions for diverse communities statewide, all of which reflect our deep commitment to inclusion, social justice and civic responsibility. Learn more

Opportunities for High School Students
There are opportunities for high school students to take UW-Green Bay dual credit courses in the high school, on one of the UW-Green Bay campuses, or online. Learn more about options for high school students.
 
Contacts:
Manitowoc & Sheboygan: Melissa Schleicher, schleicm@uwgb.edu, 920-663-7337