UWW Placement & Salaries
Purpose of the Data
In accordance with federal regulations, the following UW-Whitewater placement data is being provided to all students.
Students are urged to seek assistance with career related decisions. UW-Whitewater Career & Leadership Development office offers career counseling and advice to all concered students.
Placement and Salary Data
This data, which covers a minimum of 50% of UW-Whitewater graduates and their programs, represents the average salary and placement rate for graduates. The category "Percent Placed: stands for those graduates who actually were available for employment. A "Placed Graduate" is one who has reported employment, admittance to graduate school, or entrance into the military. Salary figures are drawn from randomly selected UW-Whitewater graduates and, if necessary, national survey data.
|College of Arts & Communication|
|College of Business & Economics|
|Economics (BS, BA, BBA)||80||**|
|Human Resouce Management||77||32-37|
|Information Technology Infrastructure||70*||35-45|
|Management Computer Systems||89||45-55|
|College of Education|
|College of Letters & Sciences|
|Management Computer Systems||100||45-55|
|Public Policy & Administration||83||30-35|
|* % Placed from 2008-09 graduation cycle|
|**Insufficient salary data submitted by graduates from this program to calculate a representative salary range. Please refer to the NACE Salary Calculator.|