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​Graduate Degrees

We offer a UW-Stevens Point Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) on campus, beginning fall 2019. But we also host other programs that offer graduate degrees on campus.

UW-Stevens Point Master of Business Administration (MBA)

The UW-Stevens Point local MBA in Applied Leadership and Decision-Making will help you power up your career, develop a broader, deeper knowledge of business administration and graduate with the applied leadership and decision-making skills you need to advance.

Our MBA is not like other MBAs. Our focus is YOUR skill development. It’s not just theory; it’s practical, useful and career-ready. Classes are developed by educators with industry experience to meet employers’ needs. You will gain marketable skills in the most sought-after areas of business including analytics, communication, economics, finance, leadership, management, and marketing.

Choose our Career-Ready Program
• Local Classes—Attend locally taught evening classes in Wausau, Stevens Point and Marshfield in a combined in-person and online format
• Professional Connections—Engage in classes, projects, events and mentoring with experienced business leaders and educators
• In-Demand Skills—Learn the leadership skills that employers consider when hiring and promoting
• Accelerated Learning—Complete your degree in as few as 12 to 24 months
• Brand Recognition—Choose a program with a brand, the University of Wisconsin System and AACSB are recognized and respected by employers

For More Information
• Request a Personal Appointment—Email to request a personal appoint with our MBA Director

UW-Madison Physician Assistant (PA)

The UW-Madison Physician Assistant (PA) Program is a nationally respected professional program at the UW School of Medicine and Public Health.  The Wisconsin Physician Assistant Community-based Track, or wisPACT, is a collaboration between UW and other medical providers in northern Wisconsin to provide PA training in northern and northcentral Wisconsin.

The wisPACT option is a two-year, full-time program. Students spend their first summer at UW-Madison, and then complete the balance of their training through a web-based curriculum at UW-Marathon County. To qualify for the two-year program, candidates must have a bachelor's degree and a desire to remain in the northern region of Wisconsin.

For more information, visit the UW-Madison Physician Assistant Program website or contact: Tracy Borcherdt, 715-261-6231,

Northern Vermont University’s Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling  

The Master of Science (MS) in clinical mental health counseling offers state of the art education in integrated mental health and addictions counseling. Classes meet one weekend a month in sites across the country, including at the UW-Stevens Point–Wausau campus. The program has been offered in Wisconsin for over 20 years, formerly through Southern New Hampshire University and now through Northern Vermont University. 

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