Founded in The Wisconsin School of Business at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is a world-renowned institution that prides itself on academic excellence, a commitment to ethics, and real-world experiences for its students. Founded in 1900, the school established one of the first five business programs in the nation. Today, it proudly educates students from all walks of life with its nationally recognized undergraduate, MBA, M.S., MAcc, Ph.D., and professional development programs.
Ranked among the top 10 public undergraduate business programs, the Wisconsin BBA Program offers 10 majors, two specializations, and three certificate programs that prepare students for career opportunities at top employers. More than 85 percent of Wisconsin BBA graduates secured a full-time position with an average base salary of nearly $57,000. Experiential learning and team-based approaches are hallmarks of the Wisconsin BBA Program that make our graduates stand out for their leadership and collaborative skills. Learn more at http://bus.wisc.edu/bba.
The Wisconsin Full-Time MBA offers 10 specialized MBA degrees that immerse students into their desired field to fast-track their career to go further, faster. As a top 10 public MBA program, our graduates build the portfolio of skills, experience, and specialized knowledge that gets them recruited at Fortune 500 companies. Through global learning opportunities and a hands-on curriculum, students develop a general management foundation with their specialized MBA. With 93 percent of Wisconsin MBA graduates having accepted job offers and an average base salary of more than $100,000, the Wisconsin MBA Program is ranked first in return on investment and value.