Personal attention drives UW-Stevens Point School of Business and Economics students toward success
The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point School of Business and Economics offers you a custom college education. We will teach you how to analyze the strengths and weaknesses of businesses. We will help you learn how they thrive. But the personal attention we give students is what sets us apart from similar programs at other universities. Our dedicated faculty will focus on you so you can set yourself apart from just another business graduate.
Within our business administration, accounting and economics programs you’ll find tracks such as finance, insurance and real estate (FIRE); management; marketing; entrepreneurship; and international business so you can meet your career goals.
We help you find real-world opportunities outside the classroom. Networking, student organizations, School of Business and Economics Events and internships enhance your résumé and open doors with potential employers.
Earn local and global success
UW-Stevens Point has relationships with many Central Wisconsin companies including Skyward, Sentry Insurance, Figi's and the Noel Group to help you find local internships
for professional preparation.
Study-abroad internships are also available. Students in the 10-week study-abroad program in London
gain employment experience in such areas as economic research, financial services and marketing. A four-week study-abroad program in China
places students at a company or nonprofit organization where they build an understanding of the Chinese business environment.
Taking care of business on the ice: Senior Kevin Gibson
was named Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Men's Hockey Player of the Year; senior goalie Brandon Jaeger was named NCAA Elite 89 award winner and
WIAC Scholar-Athlete of the Year; and senior Nicole Schaub was selected WIAC Women's Hockey Scholar-Athlete of the Year.
Aaron Johnson '12 featured on episode of The Chew, sharing his fresh-from-the-farm coconut carrot stewDaniel Zak '15 earns Northwestern Mutual internship award