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MBA Fellowship Susan Wurzer

Sentry School of Business and Economics Community and Economic Impact Certificate

Graduate Certificate

Become a power change-agent in your region

The MBA program at UW-Stevens Point now offers a community and economic impact certificate where you will learn to become a power change-agent in your region in this engaging series focus on economic and community impact. Develop a deep understanding of economic trends, common practices in community development, and leading strategic partnerships across industries. This program will prepare you to look beyond the boundaries of your organization and think big picture for the benefit of your region.

Possible Work Settings

  • County, state and federal government
  • Environmental agencies
  • Historic preservation agencies
  • Housing authorities and real estate firms
  • Law firms, consulting firms
  • Nonprofit organizations
  • Parks and Recreation departments
  • Planning and Development agencies
  • Transportation commissions

Course Catalog

  • Graduate Certificate (coming soon)

Are you ready to apply?

To apply to this program, please follow the steps below.

  1. If you intend to pursue a master’s degree after completing the graduate certificate, it is in your best interest to complete all application steps for the MBA or other graduate program right away.
  2. Alternatively, if you simply want the graduate certificate, you can apply as a graduate special student by selecting non-degree seeking student on the UW System application. This will allow you to register for the appropriate courses without paying the application fee. You must possess a bachelor’s degree to do so.

For questions on how to apply your graduate certificate to an MBA, please contact MBA Director Adam Olson.

All certificates will be charged at the MBA rate which is $725 per credit.

Sentry School of Business and Economics

Graduate Programs

Credits earned from our graduate certificates can be directly applied towards an MBA degree immediately or in the future if admitted to the program.