College of Arts & Communication

College of Arts and Communication

The College of Arts & Communication offers programs in the traditional areas of study as well as in emerging fields. The college is home to the multimedia digital arts degree program, the first one of its kind in the University of Wisconsin System. The communication program is also one of the largest in Wisconsin and the Upper Midwest. The student-run Cable 19 television station, WSUW radio station and Royal Purple newspaper give students practical experience. Small class sizes, friendly and accessible faculty, as well as internships and study abroad opportunities round out students’ college experience.

College of Business & Economics

College of Business and Economics

The College of Business and Economics is Wisconsin’s premier business school. The college offers 14 majors that provide students with the skills and knowledge to succeed in today’s global business environment. All classes are taught by outstanding faculty/staff – not graduate assistants – and many opportunities exist for interaction between faculty and students in and outside of the classroom. Students and faculty frequently work together on college outreach activities to assist regional businesses in start-up and on-going problem solving. More than 25 student organizations help students round out their classroom experience.

College of Education & Professional Studies

College of Education and Professional Studies

The College of Education and Professional Studies is known for its excellence in teacher preparation and leadership in developing innovative teacher education programs to meet the educational needs of society. The college prepares the largest number of teachers among 33 state institutions and graduates more first-time certified teachers than any of the comprehensive schools in the University of Wisconsin System.

College of Letters & Sciences

College of Letters and Sciences

The College of Letters and Sciences provides students with the essential elements of a liberal education in humanities, natural sciences and social sciences. Students in the college benefit from a broad selection of programs (nearly 70 majors and minors), a focused and carefully designed approach to student advising and learning, and a faculty of caring experts and scholars.

School of Graduate Studies

School of Graduate Studies

The School of Graduate Studies oversees programs whose goal is to provide high quality, practitioner-oriented programs that use knowledge and skills acquired through baccalaureate degrees as a foundation for advanced preparation and professional development for careers in business and industry, education and human services.


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