Business and Economics Department

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Business Degree - Major or Minor

UW-Superior's Business Administration program has a strong reputation for preparing students for success in a wide range of business careers. Students can choose the 60-credit comprehensive major in Business Administration and select a concentration that enables them to specialize in management, marketing, finance or international business. Or they can select the 39-credit Business Administration major and combine it with a minor of their choice to meet their special interests. UW-Superior offers many scholarships for business students.

Business Administration students complete a challenging selection of courses designed to ensure they have the skills to succeed. This includes courses in accounting, economics, finance, math and English as well as business courses in their chosen concentration. Suggested elective courses also help students strengthen their education.

UW-Superior also offers majors in accounting, economics, finance, and transportation and logistics management. All business programs are offered through the Department of Business and Economics in Erlanson Hall.

Degrees and Majors/Minors

Majors:

Business Administration (requires a minor)

Business Administration (comprehensive -- no minor required) with a concentration in:

  • Finance
  • International Business
  • Management
  • Marketing

Minor:

Business Administration

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  • Faculty members have real-world experience and teach all classes.
  • Small classes allow students to work one-on-one with professors.
  • Superior-Duluth metro area offers numerous internships in a wide range of corporate, financial, industrial, transportation and retail settings. Students can earn course credits for internships.
  • Faculty members work with students to find internship opportunities.
  • Erlanson Hall, home to UW-Superior's business programs, offers modern, multi-media classrooms and computer labs.
  • UW-Superior offers a minor in geographic information systems that students can complete to expand their skills and enhance their career prospects.

What can you do with a degree in Business Administration from UW-Superior?

A business-related degree offers countless career options. Competition for jobs and job growth will vary from field to field, but versatile, well-educated businesspeople will always be in demand. The following are examples of career options for business administration majors:

  • Industrial or retail manager
  • Advertising account executive
  • Marketing executive
  • Financial analyst
  • Production manager
  • Personnel director
  • Human resource specialist
  • Program director
  • Business owner
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