As an accounting student at UW-Stevens Point, you will learn the skills necessary to be professionally licensed as a certified public accountant (CPA), certified management accountant (CMA), or certified internal auditor (CIA). In addition, you will develop a mix of analytical and decision-making skills to illustrate an organization’s financial status and inform business strategies.
As a business administration student, you will learn how to make decisions, lead projects, allocate scarce resources, plan production and energize teams. You will gain the knowledge to drive enterprise goals so you are ready to advance in private, public and non-profit organizations.
As a business economics student, you will learn to model the behavior of individuals, businesses, and governments to analyze resource allocation, firm performance, and public policies. You will also develop analytical-thinking skills that can be successfully applied in business, law, public administration, and other fields.
The credit analysis certificate will engage students in a multidisciplinary approach to understanding the processes involved in analyzing corporate credit risk. The courses offered in this certificate prepare students to evaluate credit risk through a variety of lenses, namely those of financial accounting, business law and ethics, sales management, and corporate finance.
The data analytics program integrates big data, machine learning, predictive modeling, and programming techniques, combined with the business skills needed to influence decision-making.
As a finance student, you will learn to apply strategic corporate financial management concepts, develop personal financial planning and investment strategies, and understand financial markets. You also have the opportunity to take insurance and real estate courses.
Grow your education as your career advances with UW-Stevens Point business programs at the associate, bachelor’s and master’s level. Begin your education with a professional associate degree in Leadership and Project Management.
As a management student, you will prepare to excel in and lead teams, negotiate conflict, and develop strategies. You will learn to successfully lead people, manage projects, and drive organizational success.
As a marketing student, you will learn to identify new markets and design campaigns to connect businesses with customers. You’ll develop a mix of analytical and decision-making skills to creatively and strategically promote your organization.
The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point MBA program was formed with students in mind. Classes are held locally, in the evening, through our in-person and online hybrid format. No other existing AACSB-accredited program serves Central and Northern Wisconsin like ours does.
The professional selling certificate is designed to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the principles and practices of professional selling. The certificate program covers a range of topics, including sales strategies, sales management, communication skills and negotiation techniques.