About the College

Mission

The UW-Whitewater College of Business and Economics is an inclusive, collaborative and entrepreneurial learning community dedicated to sharing values, knowledge, and skills to prepare current and future business professionals to contribute successfully and responsibly in a global business environment. Read more...

Strategic Priorities

A world class college, like the UW-Whitewater College of Business and Economics, is built on the Personal Interactions of world-class faculty, students, alumni and business partners. It provides Exceptional Student Experiences and delivers a Relevant and Rigorous Curriculum through Innovative and Effective Teaching. It has built a reputation of excellence in multiple areas and has significant financial resources that are well-managed to support its goals.  It strives daily to deliver on its mission.

The College of Business and Economics will continue to strive to be a world-class business college within the context of the UW-Whitewater mission and our institutional context.

The articulation of these strategic priorities also recognizes that we will continue to work on, and devote resources to, a wide range of goals and priorities tied to our mission that are not captured here.    Read more...

Student Assurance of Learning

Our process, called "assurance of learning," develops and reviews goals or outcomes for student learning, measures those goals in classes, and then assesses student strengths and weaknesses in meeting the goals and standards.  Read more...

Student Achievements

The success of our students is measured beyond the classroom. We take pride in the accomplishments of our students while on campus and after graduation. Click here to download a list of student achievements.

Business Centers

The College of Business and Economics serves businesses in the region through a variety of outreach centers offering faculty and professional staff expertise and employing student interns.  These centers are intended to serve the public at the same time as they give students applied business experience.  Located in the Kachel Center on the first floor of Hyland Hall, these centers are easily accessible.  Read more...