College of Business and Economics Undergraduate Program Overview


Welcome to the College of Business and Economics at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater! We offer a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree with fourteen specialized majors. As one the largest business schools in the United States, our large enrollments give you the opportunity to choose among many different subject areas.

Explore the many major choices waiting for you tailored to the subject area you want to study.

You can be assured of the quality of a UW-Whitewater business degree because our college is accredited by the Association for the Advancement of Collegiate Schools of Business International (AACSB). Only 5% of colleges and schools of business internationally reach this highest level of accreditation.

The UW-Whitewater College of Business and Economics is an exciting place to be a student. Take a video tour of the new $41 million state-of-the-art Timothy J. Hyland Hall

Join us and experience:

  • Classrooms with the latest technology
  • Small group study areas in beautiful, comfortable surroundings
  • Bloomberg terminals with access to the latest data in our financial trading room
  • Relaxation in the Deloitte Café
  • Internships with regional and national businesses
  • Real-world leadership experience through the more than 25 national award-winning student business organizations

What will a degree cost? Estimate your cost per semester, including tuition and fees for on-campus classes, housing, meals, and parking.

When you are ready to study internationally, UW-Whitewater offers shorter-term travel study courses for business students as well as semester-long study abroad opportunities. For semester-long exchanges, you pay UW-Whitewater tuition while you study business in the Netherlands, Sweden, Mexico, or many other places.


Our campus, with over 12,000 students, is situated on 400 acres in the heart of the city of Whitewater.  Whitewater is located within 45 minutes of Madison and Milwaukee, while still offering the ambiance of a small town. The city provides a diverse selection of stores, businesses, and restaurants to students and visitors. There are also opportunities for biking, cross country skiing, hiking, and fishing in Whitewater and the nearby Kettle Moraine State Forest, along with activities at the Whitewater Aquatic Center and Rotary Skate Park.

Sign up to attend a Warhawk Premier Day or to tour campus. If you would like to meet with a College of Business and Economics representative when you visit, please register for a Wednesday 1:30 p.m. tour.


Are you ready to apply? We’re ready to welcome you!