Four Year Completion

Completing your degree in four years can save you a significant amount of money. The cost of taking an extra year to complete the degree can be as much as $15,000 in additional tuition, fees, and housing costs. Completing your degree in four years means that you can start your career sooner.

Students who choose a major early, work closely with a departmental advisor, and make careful decisions about which course to take are also more likely to finish their degree in four years.

The following degree programs can be completed at UW-Superior in four years. Students should work closely with a departmental advisor for specific scheduling.

PROGRAM
LOCATION
TYPE
4-YEAR
PATHWAY
DEGREE
PLANNING SHEET
Music Performance Music Performance
Major/Concentration
 
PROGRAM:
Accounting
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Major
DEGREE PLANNING SHEET:
PROGRAM:
Art History
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Concentration
PROGRAM:
Art Therapy
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Concentration
PROGRAM:
Business Administration
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Major/Minor
PROGRAM:
Cell/Molecular Biology
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Focus
PROGRAM:
Chemistry*
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Major/Minor
MAJOR PLANNING SHEET:
MINOR PLANNING SHEET:
PROGRAM:
Communicating Arts
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Major
PROGRAM:
Communicating Arts - Media
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Minor/Concentration of Communicating Arts
PROGRAM:
Community Health Promotion
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Major/Concentration
PROGRAM:
Computer Science*
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Major/Minor
PROGRAM:
Economics
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Major
DEGREE PLANNING SHEET:
PROGRAM:
English*
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Major/Minor
4-YEAR PATHWAY:
MAJOR PLANNING SHEET:
MINOR PLANNING SHEET:
PROGRAM:
Environmental Science
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Major
PROGRAM:
Exercise Science
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Major/Concentration
PROGRAM:
Finance
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Concentration of Business Administration
4-YEAR PATHWAY:
DEGREE PLANNING SHEET:
PROGRAM:
Forensic Chemistry
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Concentration of Chemistry
PROGRAM:
Health and Wellness Management
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Major
PROGRAM:
History*
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Major/Minor/Concentration
4-YEAR PATHWAY:
MINOR PLANNING SHEET:
PROGRAM:
International Business
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Concentration of Business Administration
PROGRAM:
Legal Studies
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Major/Minor
PROGRAM:
Legal Studies - Criminal Justice
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Minor/Concentration of Legal Studies
PROGRAM:
Management
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Concentration of Business Administration
DEGREE PLANNING SHEET:
PROGRAM:
Marketing
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Concentration of Business Administration
DEGREE PLANNING SHEET:
PROGRAM:
Mathematics*
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Major/Minor
PROGRAM:
Music
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Major/Minor
4-YEAR PATHWAY:
MINOR PLANNING SHEET:
PROGRAM:
Music Education*
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Major
PROGRAM:
Music Performance
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Major/Concentration
PROGRAM:
Physical Education - Adaptive (EC-A, K-12)*
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Certificate
PROGRAM:
Plant Sciences
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Focus
PROGRAM:
Political Science*
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Major/Minor/Concentration
PROGRAM:
Psychology*
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Major
MAJOR PLANNING SHEET:
MINOR PLANNING SHEET:
PROGRAM:
Social Work
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Major
PROGRAM:
Sociology*
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Major/Minor
MAJOR PLANNING SHEET:
MINOR PLANNING SHEET:
PROGRAM:
Studio Art
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Concentration
DEGREE PLANNING SHEET:
PROGRAM:
Sustainable Management
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Major
PROGRAM:
Teacher Education - Elementary*
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Major
PROGRAM:
Theatre
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Major/Minor
4-YEAR PATHWAY:
MAJOR PLANNING SHEET:
MINOR PLANNING SHEET:
PROGRAM:
Transportation and Logistics Management
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Major
PROGRAM:
Writing
LOCATION:
TYPE:
Major
4-YEAR PATHWAY:
DEGREE PLANNING SHEET:

View All UW-Superior Majors and Minors

* Are programs where you can also earn certification to teach at the K-12, elementary or middle/high school levels.

DESIGN YOUR MAJOR

Our self-designed major and minors enable you to work with an academic advisor to create your own specialized program of study.

GRADUATE CREDIT FOR PRIOR LEARNING

Credit for Prior Learning (also known as Prior Learning Assessment) offers students with significant life and work experience the chance to earn graduate credit by demonstrating what they have learned.